Module 1 Exercise 1: Git basics


(Cyberthread) #402


(Jos van Reenen) #403

Ok, nice starter module so far.


(Likimani) #404

Hi Vanessa,

Here’s my snap shot of exercise-1

Keep up the good work.

Thank you


(Dadremarie) #405


(Andrew Ur) #406

Here we go!


(Mr. B) #407

Here’s mine…

CB_Git_1_1


(KPNK) #408


Done! :slight_smile:


(Kirill Akhmetzyanov) #409


(Matthew Green) #410


(M. Iván Jaen M.) #411

Git basics finished!


(John Pham) #412


(John Brosius) #413


(Kina F. Cahyani) #414

P.S : I need to download WSL to use touch commands :smile:


(Greg Bernstein) #415

Just another screenshot of the exercise. Didn’t know that you wanted to see calls to git status along the way. Cheers Greg B.


(Pumatech) #416

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(Linnea2357) #417

Initially, following this, I was in my root- and I learned about ‘untracked files’. As I already have a git account, I also learned about git config --list so I can deduce which settings I already have.

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(Othniel Dona Monote) #418

Module 1: Git basics


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(Sean Flannery) #420

I must say that Mozzadrella’s advice on not using ‘git add .’ is well-taken!

Also, it’s amazing how much easier git is to use once you understand it. :slight_smile:


(Juan Diego Pérez) #421

Here it is