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how to create folder in github

You cannot create an empty folder and then add files to that folder, 
but rather creation of a folder must happen together with adding of 
at least a single file. On GitHub you can do it this way:

    Go to the folder inside which you want to create another folder
    Click on New file
    On the text field for the file name, first write the folder 
    	name you want to create
    Then type /. This creates a folder
    You can add more folders similarly
    Finally, give the new file a name 
    	(for example, .gitkeep which is conventionally used 
        	to make Git track otherwise empty folders; it is 
            	not a Git feature though)
    Finally, click Commit new file.
Posted by: Guest on March-24-2020

create github repo with bash

winpty curl -H 'Authorization: token [GENERATED_TOKEN]' -d '{"name":"[REPO_NAME_YOU_WANT]"}'

# follow steps here to generate token:

# note : you can add parameters to you command to set a description, switch to private, etc...
Posted by: Guest on May-30-2020

git push existing code to new repository

git remote add origin <remote repository URL>
Posted by: Guest on May-28-2020

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