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Finally, commit the staged file, with a message of "Add chapter 1". Rather than letting Git launch an editor, specify yo
Finally, commit the staged file, with a message of "Add chapter 1". Rather than letting Git launch an editor, specify your commit message on the command line: use the -m command line option, and specify your message between "quotation marks".
Type in your command below, then press Enter.
Bummer: You need to run the "commit" subcommand.
git commit-m "Add chapter 1"
To commit with a message: git commit -m "<commit_message>".
Make sure there is a space between commit and -m