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Submitted byNeha
onSun, 04/17/2022 - 18:09
  1. Commit the staged file present in the repository.

  2. To update the commit message, run the command “git commit --amend”.

  3. A vim editor will appear.

Submitted byNeha
onSun, 04/17/2022 - 18:03
  1. To stage the file, we will follow the above task up to the staging file i.e. run the command “git add .”, then “ git status”.

  2. We can see that the file is staged.

  3. Now, to unstage the file, run the command “git reset HEAD”, then “git status”.

Submitted byNeha
onSun, 04/17/2022 - 17:59
  1. Run the command “git push origin main”. ‘origin’ is the remote name and ‘main’ is the branch name.

  2. That will push the changes/commits on your local machine to the remote repository.

  3. Run the command “git remote -v”.

  4. It will show you fetch and push URLs.

Submitted byNeha
onSun, 04/17/2022 - 17:52
  1. Open the Git bash.

  2. Open your repository in which the file is present to be staged, in the terminal by running the commands “cd <repository name>”, then “dir”.

  3. You will see the file present in the repository.

Submitted byNeha
onSun, 04/17/2022 - 17:44
  1. Go to ‘Your repository’ in the drop down menu present on the top right  corner.

  2. Go to the repository which you have to clone.

  3. Click on the code icon. A clone menu will appear.

  4. Click on ‘SSH’ option.


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