Git is a software that allows you to keep track of changes made to a project over time. Git works by recording the changes you make to a project, storing those changes, then allowing you to reference them as needed.

We’ll learn Git by using it to help us write a screenplay called Harry Programmer and the Sorcerer’s Code.



We’ll get started by taking a look at the screenplay project.

In scene-1.txt, add this text:

Harry Programmer and the Sorcerer’s Code: Scene 1

Then press enter to create a new empty line. Once you’ve created the new line, click Run.

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