I checked through the net and most of the solution like clrcr(); is not working for microsoft visual 2010. SO i was wondering for those who was using the same ver of c++ as me how do you clear the screen?
for(i = 0; i < screenHeight; i++)
std::cout << "\n";
Using standard C++ there isn't a way to clear the screen besides that. You can do it with system calls, but that's just silly. Do you actually need to clear the screen? I've never used a command-line program that ever needs to clear the terminal, and I would frankly be annoyed if it did. What if I had information there that I needed to record or keep track of?
I would bet you're trying to make a game, in which case go learn a graphics library. The terminal is not meant for a game. It's not the 1980s anymore.