perl.destroy

Destroys a perl execution context
Usage
perl.destroy [-q] <context_name>
Description
Destroys the perl execution context <context_name>. If the context is not existing then a warning is printed unless the -q switch is used.
The destruction will clear any state associated to the context including the stored functions, classes and variable symbols. You may want to destroy a context to re-initialize its state or to simply clear it's memory when it's no longer needed.
Syntax Specification
perl.destroy [-q] <context_name:string>
See also
perl.begin

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