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"I don't know how I got here." is a complete sentence; a compound sentence with two complete thoughts, joined by a conjunction:

I = subject

don't (do not) = auxiliary verb, adverb combination

know = main verb

how = conjunction

I = subject

got = verb (past tense of get)

here = adverb modifying 'got'

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