Every single time I open terminal or other programming related program I get this output: "-bash: ‘alias: command not found"
I can't seem to remove / delete it.
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This usually means that either your system administrator placed a command in the global bash config files, or that you have a problem with your personal config files. Run these commands from your terminal to search for the offending "alias" lines:
If you don't see it there, ask your system admin.