I messed up my .bashrc file. How do I get to the default one that was initially created with my home directory?

mv ~/.bashrc ~/.bashrc.messed
cp /etc/skel/.bashrc ~/.bashrc

I do not remember the exact commands, but there is a way to see which files do belong to a package, like bash....

Look for bashrc.sample or bashrc.example or bashrc.default and just copy it to your home directory..

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