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Now that it's been added to the repository, let's commit it and include a message.

this is what my syntax git commit -m "added a new file" the above above failed

Andrew McCormick
Andrew McCormick
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what code challenge was this in?

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This is for Git basics Andrew. git commit -m "added a new file" should work not sure why it didn't