I have a repository with folders in GitHub. I want to clone a separate folder individually rather than the whole repository from GitHub. How can I do that?
I don't think you can do that using the git clone command. But you can do that in another way. For example, if you are trying to clone from your Linux system then you can use the below command.
$ wget https://github.com/ID/reponame/blob/master/folder/
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