I am going to stick with the GIT-CMD.  As far as I can tell, the only way 
to get out of 'less' is to cntrl\C, and I am getting used to doing that.

As to why I would want to test myself in my knowledge of GIT, I am 
an Windows InstallShield developer, have used GIT (as a user, in Visual 
Studio), need to learn more to be marketable as a release engineer.  

On Wednesday, December 23, 2015 at 1:03:49 PM UTC-5, Lou Elston wrote:

> I am a Windows user.  I do not know BASH, so I am using GIT-CMD, and am 
> working my way through the LinkedIn\Lynda, GIT Beginners course.  Why (it 
> does not happen every single time), do I have to do a Cntrl\C to get the 
> prompt back (it appears to be hanging\waiting for something)?
> Also, is there any kind of test, exam, or certification for GIT?  
> Something to show that I know the basics, that I can show, and\or use to 
> get ready for an interview?

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