This is a full terminal, which means you can do pretty much anything you could from a local command line.
To edit the terminal settings, click on the "Interface" button in the left sidebar, then scroll down the the "Terminal Settings" section. The settings are explained below.
If enabled, the keyboard shortcut
ctrl+c will be sent to the terminal when the Run Code button is pressed. This will display as
^C before your script in the terminal, stopping the current program execution with (if there is a program executing) before running the code.
If enabled, the terminal will be cleared before a new command is sent to it. Defaults to enabled.
If enabled, the current file's contents will be piped into the terminal (followed by a newline) when the primary button is pressed. For example, if you'd like to start a Python shell and pipe in commands, enable this. Defaults to disabled.