To delete multiple Git branches locally, you can use the following command in the terminal:
git branch -d branch1 branch2 branch3
This will delete the locally specified branches. If any branches have not been merged, you will need to use
-D instead of
-d to force the deletion.
To delete the same branches remotely, you can use:
git push origin --delete branch1 branch2 branch3
Make sure to replace "branch1", "branch2" and "branch3" with the actual names of your branches. This removes branches both locally and in the remote repository.