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connect to github repository from terminal

to connect your repository from your terminal to your github requires you
1) Create a github repository than
2) Open Terminal
3) You will initilize git and make a branch with: git init -b main
3) Followed by the command: git add . - this adds all your edited work.
4) Followed by a Commit Command: git commit -m "this is my work" - used for 
5) At the top of your GitHub repository's Quick Setup page, click  to
copy the remote repository URL.
6) In terminal add the repository URL where your local repository will be
pushed to: git remote add origin  <REMOTE_URL> - sets the new remote
7) git remote -v -Verifies the new remote URL
8) Push Changes in local Repository to GitHub: git push -u origin main -
Pushes the changes in your local repository up to the remote repository 
you specified as the origin
Posted by: Guest on March-19-2021

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