7/9 git commit

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Everytime i write $git commit -m “Complete first line of dialogue” i get an error like this:
“Valid Git commands start with the word “git” followed by a space, then the command name.”
I don’t know what to do. I tried restarting but it doesn’t help.
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You know that $ is the command line indicator? You should not write this as a part of the command.

Use:

git commit -m "Complete first line of dialogue"

Still not working… :frowning:

Did you do what the checkpoint asks for? You’re kind of just saying “me too” with no additional information. There’s no answer to that without pulling more information out of you.

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