Hi thanks a lot for your tips. I was away for a couple of days which is why I only answer now.
So I tried writing the script to type > into bash and here is what the output was:
-r, --remotes act on re mote-tracking branches --contains <commit> print onl y branches that contain the commit --abbrev[=<n>] use <n> d igits to display SHA-1s Specific git-branch actions: -a, --all list both remote-tracking and local branches -d, --delete delete fu lly merged branch -D delete br anch (even if not merged) -m, --move move/rena me a branch and its reflog -M move/rena me a branch, even if target exists --list list bran ch names -l, --create-reflog create th e branch's reflog --edit-description edit the description for the branch -f, --force force cre ation (when already exists) --no-merged <commit> print onl y not merged branches --merged <commit> print onl
This was in the Learn Git lesson, and I encountered the same issue as in the command line.