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Why do we type "git push origin new_feature" if it already assumes origin when we don't type it.
The instructor says that if we don't provide a remote repo name, git automatically assumes it to be "origin" but when he doesn't provide it, git shows an error message. What is the reason behind?
If you run
git push and don't provide a remote, git will assume that your remote is origin.
In the case you want to push a branch to the remote, when you run
git push origin new_feature, if you don't provide the name of the remote, git will assume that the name of the remote is new_feature