StringBuilder.Clear Method is used to remove all the characters from the current StringBuilder instance.
public System.Text.StringBuilder Clear ();
It returns an StringBuilder object whose length will be zero.
- Clear is a convenience method that is equivalent to setting the Length property of the current instance to 0 (zero).
- Calling the Clear method does not modify the current instance’s Capacity or MaxCapacity property.
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