Hello, I need some clarification on the local git repository path being
When I set up a new remote repository, the instructions are something like /local/path/to/computer$ git init > git add origin, etc.
However, when I /local/path/to/computer$ git clone https://bitbucket, the local repository is in /local/path/to/computer.
The difference is with a git origin the local path is /local/path/to. However with git clone the local path is /local/path/to/computer.
These 2 paths confuse the 2 options for pulling files from the remote repository.
Is there a best practice or better way to pull, so both options set the download to /local/path/to/computer.
I think this has really confused my learning process.
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