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GitHub - Getting Started with Repository

Stephen Kairys
Last Modified: 2016-11-14
I just created a new repository in GitHub. The screen looks as follows:

GitHub Repository Screen
I need to add a Python file on my hard drive. Call it C:\MyPython\Test\Steve.PY
but don't see how to do so.

From what I remember from Git (not GitHub) at my last position, a repository points to a particular directory on my hard drive, from which point, I can access its subdirectories. Accordingly, if my repository contains three files (A.PY, B.PY, C.PY) I will see them on my screen.

Accordingly, how can I get started with something similar using GitHub?

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