How to pull branches from remote source
How do I fetch back all the branches for my repository on Git? I tried the following:
git remote add origin firstname.lastname@example.org:anchetaWern/Zenoir-Online-Classroom.git
git pull email@example.com:anchetaWern/Zenoir-Online-Classroom.git
I have 3 branches in that repository but now I only have the master branch. How do I pull back the other 2?
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