Remove defined variables from R environment

When I am debugging a piece of code I usually do it inside the R-terminal.  It’s nice to do things this way because you can poke at things when something goes wrong.  The only disadvantage is that you mush “refresh” the environment before re-executing.  I used to quit and re-enter.  I found a cool command that does what I want within the R environment:

rm(list = ls(all = TRUE))
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