You get to the point where you try so any different things (when things are 
new to you), that you are no longer aware of what you originally had.  Less 
appears to be the 
I could get to the 'END' but kept getting back to the ':'.  For the time 
being I want with the core.pager = cat.  This way the cntrl\c works again.

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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