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KILLALL(nged)		     BRL-CAD User Commands		 KILLALL(nged)

NAME
       killall - Deletes the specified objects from the	current	database and
       removes all references to them from all combinations in the database.

SYNOPSIS
       killall [-n] {objects}

DESCRIPTION
       Deletes the specified objects from the current database and removes all
       references to them from all combinations	in the database. Note that the
       objects are killed immediately unless the -n flag is passed. The	-n
       flag causes the command to return a string of the objects that would be
       killed in a scriptable list format without actually killing them.

       Use this	command	with caution.  Killed objects cannot be	recovered so
       keep a backup.

EXAMPLES
       The example shows the use of the	killall	command	to delete specified
       objects and to remove all references to them from the database.

       Example 1. Delete specified objects and all references to them from the
       database.

       mged> killall group1 region2 shapeb
	   Deletes group1, region2, and	shapeb and removes all references to
	   these objects from the database.

SEE ALSO
       kill(nged) killtree(nged)

AUTHOR
       BRL-CAD Team

BUG REPORTS
       Reports of bugs or problems should be submitted via electronic mail to
       devs@brlcad.org

BRL-CAD				  08/29/2020			 KILLALL(nged)

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