The removepreferencevalues statement deletes one or more preference values.


This statement has one parameter:

preference – is the name of the preference to be deleted. The preference name must be spelled exactly, including upper/lower case. You may repeat this parameter to delete multiple preferences.


This statement deletes one or more preference values. This example deletes two preference values.

removepreferencevalues "HSUserZipCode","HSUserAreaCode"

Be very careful with this command. You should never delete preference values you didn’t create yourself. Normally this statement would never be used, but it does allow you to delete an extraneous preference you created during development and then decide you don’t need, or if you created a preference value by mistake.

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