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In the command line below, we're still inside the "novel" repo. We've added a dramatic plot twist to chapter1.txt. Add t

In the command line below, we're still inside the "novel" repo. We've added a dramatic plot twist to chapter1.txt. Add the modified file to the staging area for committing

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
210,149 Points

It looks like you've just quoted the instructions here, with no added code or comments. Did you mean to ask a question about it, or to show some code you might need help with?

git add chapter1.txt

Tlaleng Ramoroke
Tlaleng Ramoroke
1,627 Points

why is it that chapter1.txt is not "chapter1.txt"

1 Answer

Answer: git add chapter1.txt