This might be a weird question, and I don’t know how to ask it properly, but I really would like to know how to change the text of a command line without using print().
A good example is in this video, where the entire command line changes instead of printing every line.
I assume you are talking about output. In that case you print
\r to move the cursor to start of the line, then print over:
julia> println("hello world\rworld")
You can also print
\e[K to clear the rest of the line:
julia> println("hello world\rhi\e[K")
See e.g. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ANSI_escape_code.
Thanks, that is really useful!
It is possible to clear the entire command line instead of just scrolling down?