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Squashing commits means that you will take a bunch of commits and turn them into one. This is helpful to keep your commit history clean and something you want try to do. Replace
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feat: add column references. When you are done, save and exit the file. You will find yourself in another instance of Nano. Don’t change anything in it yet.
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I followed the instructions but it is not proceeding further. First couple of times, after saving and exiting the NANO editor, it started another NANO session without a message that the previous module was a success. Then I had to reset the module but the after saving and exiting the NANO session, it is taking me back to the terminal.
I had to use git rebase --abort and to make sure it was in line with the main branch , used the command git rebase main.
I’m just stuck by doing the same thing again and again without any progress
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Challenge: Learn Git by Building an SQL Reference Object - Build an SQL Reference Object
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