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A Git repository is a location where all Git files are kept. These files can be kept in either the local or remote repository.

The git init command is used to create a directory from an empty repository in Git. A hidden.git folder will appear after running this command.

Git is a quick and dependable version control system, and C is the language that allows it to work.

You can use Git clone to make a local copy of a remote GitHub repository. After you clone a repo, you can make changes locally on your PC rather than in the remote repo's source files.

The git config command is used to set global or local git configuration values. It modifies your git installation's configuration parameters. It's typically used to configure your Git email address, editor, and any aliases you want to use with the git command.

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