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3,424 Points

Now that you've got my remote added to your repository, what command would you run to pull my latest changes from master

git pull origin master is wrong ! what is the answer?

1 Answer

Sean Reinhardt
Sean Reinhardt
18,811 Points

The git pull command takes two arguments, a remote repository and a branch, as such: git pull {remote} {branch}

The branch you used, master, is correct. For the remote repository, the code challenge defines "origin" as your remote repository. However in step 3 you added second remote repository, and thats the repository you want to pull from instead of origin