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How can I set up a git repository and transfer the code from my local machine to the repository?

asked 2021-08-25 11:00:00 +0000

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answered 2022-08-15 07:00:00 +0000

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To set up a git repository and transfer the code from your local machine to the repository, follow these steps:

  1. Create a new repository on a Git hosting service, such as GitHub, GitLab or Bitbucket. You can also create a local repository if you prefer.

  2. On your local machine, navigate to the folder containing the code you want to transfer to the repository.

  3. Open a terminal or command prompt window and use the "git init" command to initialize a new Git repository in this folder.

  4. Use the "git add" command followed by the file names to stage the files you want to add to the repository.

  5. Use the "git commit" command to commit the changes to the repository.

  6. Use the "git remote add" command to add the URL of the remote repository as a new remote repository. For example, "git remote add origin…"

  7. Use the "git push" command to push the changes to the remote repository. For example, "git push -u origin master" will push the changes to the "master" branch of the remote repository.

Once you have completed these steps, your code will be uploaded to the remote repository and you can access it from any other device by cloning the repository.

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