Module 1 Exercise 1: Git basics


(Jose E Calderon) #647

Is this ok?


(Hernando Enrique Moreno Moreno) #648


Thank you


(Sathish G) #649

Thank you. Here’s my updated screenshot.


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(Paul Vickers) #651

Here’s my exercise-1 screenshot.


(Glenn) #652


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(Yashovardhan Agrawal) #655

hey @mozzadrella
you can view my submission for exercise 1:


(Chris Lupo) #656


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(Chris Cannon) #659

:100: @jecalderon this looks good!


(Chris Cannon) #660

Great, thanks @g-sathish! :sparkles:


(Chris Cannon) #661

Looks good @SGopinath89! Don’t forget you can use git status between your git add and git reset commands to see it’s effect on your staging area. :100:


(Chris Cannon) #662

looks good @paulvickers! I dig your terminal theme :100:


(Chris Cannon) #663

Good stuff @gdaneels! Don’t forget you can use git status between your git add and git reset commands to see it’s effect on your staging area. :100:


(Chris Cannon) #664

looks good @christopheralanjones :+1:


(Chris Cannon) #665

Looks good @wilsonmar. I assume you’re using gsl as an alias for git status, what are some of your other favorite aliases that you use?


(Chris Cannon) #666

Nice @chrislupo! Don’t forget you can use git status between your git add and git reset commands to see it’s effect on your staging area. :100: