How to upload a file in GitHub

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STEPS:

First you have to download your jupyter file

1.In jupyter click to file in top and select download as and download it in whichever format you want.
2.This file can be now upload to git.

3.first make your repository add that file in that repository.

4.Now to create the project add that repository link in the project

5.you can also write your description of project or respository.

HOW TO UPLOAD:

1.Open your github
2.Click on top (+) icon of git.
3.Click on new repository
4.Name your repository.Select private or public.Click on checkbox
5.Now select the file to upload

6.Your file is uploaded.

Now add this link in your project.

HAPPY LEARNING 😊

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