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Development Tools Git Basics Getting Started With Git Repository Basics

Design Team
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Design Team
Courses Plus Student 1,549 Points

Why am I forced to type in a git command for this question? When I do I get an error saying that I shouldn't enter one.

It asks me to type in a command for deleting the git repository. But no matter what I type in, I get this message "You don't need to run a git command - just delete the repository folder."

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L B
L B
28,323 Points

Answer is:

rm -r .git