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  • Create a new GitHub.com repository.
  • Run TerminalTerminalGit Bash in a terminal window.
  • Change to your local project's working directory from the current working directory.
  • Create a Git repository in the local directory.
  • In your new local repository, add the files.

A new Git repository is created with the git init command. It can be used to convert an unversioned project to a Git repository or to create a new repository from scratch. Because most other Git commands are only available in a repository that has been established, this is usually the first command you'll use in a new project.

A new Git repository is created with the git init command. It can be used to convert an unversioned project to a Git repository or to create a new, blank repository.

The most widely used version control system is Git. Git keeps track of the changes you make to files so you can see what you've done and go back to previous versions if you need to. Git also facilitates cooperation by allowing several people's modifications to be merged into a single source.

To be honest, GitHub is used to handle almost every open-source project. If your project is open source, GitHub is free to use, and it contains a wiki and issue tracker that make it simple to provide more detailed documentation and receive feedback.

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