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Using Git in Command Line

Using Git in terminal or PowerShell

This a quick way to use Git and push your project to your repository on GitHub. At least that what I do and it works! This assumes that you have Git installed.

  1. Configure Git

    Need to set your email address and username.

    git config --global ""
    git config --global "Your Name"
  2. To initialize or reinitialize existing Git repository

    git init
  3. Stage changes

    git add .
  4. See status of your files; staged, unstaged, modified, etc.

    git status
  5. Commit your changes, you'll whatever you feel appropriate between the quotes:

    git commit -m "your notes here"
  6. Push/upload your changes to your github repository

    git push origin master

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