Removing commands

Usage: .<delcmd|unsetcmd> [-i <index>] <name>

Removing dynamic commands is very straightforward: simply issue the delcmd command and pass in the name of the command you want to remove. In addition to normal commands, you can use delcmd or one of its aliases to remove a user-created command alias.

If you’ve added multiple values to a command as described above, you can use the -i option to specify the index of the value to remove. You can get a list of values with the cmdinfo command. At present, the first value is treated as the 0th index, so to remove the first value of the hit command you could use .delcmd -i 0 hit