Git

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    What is the default text editor for the Bash shell with a Windows-based Git install?

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  • 2/20

    Before you install Git, which of the following prerequisite products must be present and configured on your local OS?

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  • 3/20

    After you install Git and prior to issuing the first commit, which two configuration properties does the tool expect to be configured?

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  • 4/20

    Which of the following is not a Git configuration scope?

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  • 5/20

    Who is attributed with inventing Git?

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  • 6/20

    After you initialize a new Git repository and create a file named git-quiz.html, which of the following commands will not work if issued?

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  • 7/20

    Under which circumstance should you use a single dash within a Git command, as opposed to a double dash?

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  • 8/20

    Which vendor acquired GitHub for $7.5 billion in June 2018?

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  • 9/20

    Which command should you use to initialize a new Git repository?

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  • 10/20

    Which file can you configure to ensure that certain file types are never committed to the local Git repository?

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  • 11/20

    What's the git command that downloads your repository from GitHub to your computer?

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  • 12/20

    How do you create a copy of a lab under your own GitHub account so that you can solve the lab?

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  • 13/20

    What's the opposite of git clone, instead of downloading your code from GitHub, uploads your changes and code back to GitHub?

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  • 14/20

    How do you check the state of your local git repository since your last commit?

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  • 15/20

    How do you stage files for a commit?

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  • 16/20

    How do you save the current state of your code into the git version control?

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  • 17/20

    What's a shortcut to staging all the changes you have?

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  • 18/20

    How do you supply a commit message to a commit?

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  • 19/20

    What is the correct commit syntax for all changes with a message?

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  • 20/20

    What does the @{u} shorthand mean?

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