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Push our local master branch up to the origin repository (GitHub) quiz ?: how do you use the file name in this command
I have tried everything in between these: git push master "origin" git push -u master origin
Jennifer NordellTreehouse Teacher
Hi there, Andrea Mullins! You are super close. We're pushing our master branch to origin. In the code you've tried before, things are just a bit out of order. First we say where we're going to push, which is origin then we say the branch we're pushing.
git push origin master
The destination comes before the branch we're pushing.
Hope this helps!