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The reset Command

The reset command will reinitialize the current circuit.

reset [-c]
The command will throw out any intermediate data in the circuit (e.g, after a breakpoint or user pause with Ctrl-C) and re-parse the deck. Any standard analysis in progress will be cleared, however the state of any margin analysis (started with the check command), or loop analysis (started with the loop command) is retained by default. However, if the -c option is given, these too are cleared. Thus, the reset command can be used to update the shell variables in a deck with or without affecting the status of a margin or loop analysis in progress.

Stephen R. Whiteley 2017-02-22