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Is there a way for me to reset my current REPL environment? Basically I'd like a way to wipe out my current environment so that none of my previous defines are in effect. I am very new to lisp/scheme. This is using GNU/MIT Scheme.

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    No responses yet, I've cross-posted this question to stackoverflow: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/7074122/possible-to-reset-user-environment-in-scheme-repl

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    Great, I got an answer! You can use the expression (ge (make-top-level-environment))

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