GIT push related issue

As we know, when we login to bitbucket it asks for Atlassian registerd email address to be used for login to bitbucket. 

let say I am having email address :

and password : vinayverma

know If I try to push my changes to bitbucket using following command : 

"git push --all"


It is not allowing me to push my changes and throws error : 

Could not resolve host:


I tried passing the username and password into variables and used them, still I am getting the same error msg. Could somebody please help me to get the solution, How to push my changes to a GIT repo using command.

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Can you try

"git push --all"

The '@' in the URL marks the end of the credentials and the start of the hostname, so the '@' in the username needs to be URL-encoded.

That isn't the username for pushes or pulls. Go to (while logged in) and it'll list the username you should use.

Thanks! The solution worked :-)

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