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Commit Copycat!

In our weekly Commit Copycat activity you will have the chance to put what you have learned into practice.
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Use what you have learned this week to recreate these Git graphs in a local repository.

For each example, you should start by cloning the following repository:

 https://gitlab.com/collaborative-coding-with-git/commit-copycat-week-5

The repository’s graph looks similar to the one from last week, but the file contents are different. the starting git graph

Make changes to the repository to make the Git graph appear as follows. You should start afresh for each example.

(There is a hint sheet available for download at the bottom of the page if you get stuck)

1.

The first graph to be copied

2.

The second graph to be copied

3.

The third graph to be copied

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