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The git clone command is used to duplicate a repository or a branch inside a repository. Git is a version control system that is distributed. By cloning, you may reap the benefits of having a whole repository on your own workstation.

Git clone is usually used to point to an existing repository and create a clone or copy of it in a different directory. The original repository can be on a local disc or on a remote machine with support for the protocols. Git clone is a command that duplicates an existing Git repository.

This post should be active. You don't need to re-clone a repository after the first git clone. A quick git fetch will suffice. You may create a loop that git fetches each repository.

Make a new GitHub repository. Duplicate your repository on your local machine. With git, you can edit files in your repository and track changes with commits. Return your changes to GitHub.

Clone but don't fork if you don't intend to change the code. Forking is intended to house your code commits, whereas cloning is sufficient for replicating the project's content and history.

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