Assume that, you have committed and pushed a file thelinuxfaq.txt or any directory node_modules to the Git repository and if you want to ignore that file or not required to keep on the remote repository,

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In JavaScript, a closure is a function that has access to the variables in its outer (enclosing) function's scope chain.

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To remove a property from a JavaScript object, you can use the delete operator.

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To update all the dependencies in your package.json file to their latest version, you can use the npm install command with the --save flag or the --save-dev flag, depending on whether you want to update the dependencies that are required for your project to run (--save) or the dependencies that are only needed for devel

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In a package.json file, the tilde (~) and caret (^) characters are used to specify version ranges for dependencies in your project.

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To view the change history of a file using Git versioning, you can use the git log command with the --follow option.

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The package-lock.json file is used to lock down the exact versions of the package dependencies that are installed in your project. It ensures that your project is using the same versions of the dependencies on all machines, regardless of the version ranges specified in the package.json file.

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