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Task: We're working on our first novel, and we want to track our changes in Git. But first, we need to change into the directory where our text files are. Using this shell prompt, change into the novel directory.
I dont get what im suppose to do
Steven Parker218,692 Points
This particular task has nothing to do with "git". You just select the current directory with the "cd" command (followed by the directory name you want).