Clearing IDLE's shell for Python

So I'm doing an MIT OCW assignment where I am creating a functional game of hangman. I got everything working. In IDLE, I have to hit F5 to run the code in the shell. I don't know any other way to run it, but that's not the big deal to me.

The main problem: the shell gets absolutely full of responses. It just keeps stacking up with more and more output. So, my question. Is it possible to put in a piece of code to clear the shell? Or do I just have to deal with it for now?

EDIT: To clarify: I need the prints for each cycle. Every time the user guesses a letter, it prints something like this:

2 guesses remaining

Possible answers: abdfghijkpquvwxyz

Guess a letter:g

That letter is not in the word!

_ o_ _ _ tr_

I just want to know if there is a way I can clear what is in the shell before the next 'cycle' is printed.

Answers


You can close it and just open a new one when you want to run the program or run it from the terminal and use use clear after you exit the shell


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