A guide to getting started with Git and Github

Step 1: Create a repository in Github

Step 2: Configure git

git config --global user.name "my_username"
git config --global user.email "my_email@example.com"

Step 3: Clone GitHub repository

git clone "paste the URL you just copied"

Step 4: Make changes and add to git

git status
git add <filename_one>
git add --all

Step 5: Commit changes with a message

git commit -m "<add your commit message here>"
git push
git push origin master

Congratulations! 🎉 🎉 🎉




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