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HacktoberFest'x => where x is any number :-)

Anyone can use this project to make their contribution to an open source project on GitHub.

Celebrate HacktoberFest by getting involved in the Open Source Community by completing some simple tasks in this project.

This is a Public Repository open to all members of the GitHub Community. Any member of the community may contribute to this project without being a collaborator.

What is Hacktoberfest?

A month-long celebration from October 1st - 31st sponsored by Digital Ocean and GitHub to get people involved in Open Source. Create your very first Pull Request to any Public Repository on GitHub and contribute to the Open Source Developer Community.

Check your hacktoberfest contributions at:

How To Contribute to This Project

Here are 3 quick and painless steps to contribute to this project:

  • Add a program in any language. (A simple Hello World would suffice.) To do so, first create an issue with the task you are doing, for example: "Issue - creating bubble sort in C". Add the HacktoberFest label in the issue and assign the issue to yourself. Create a pull request in response to that issue and finally submit it for review.

  • Name your branch username_hello_world_in_c.

    Also create a directory for any new program if it doesn't exist. eg. hello_world, bubble_sort. Inside these directories you can create your own file named program_name.language_extension (hello_world.cpp) Create a commit of the form - fixes #(issue_number)

  • Finally, wait for it to be merged!

Getting Started

  • Fork this repository (Click the Fork button in the top right of this page, click your Profile Image)

  • Clone your fork down to your local machine

    $ git clone
  • Create a branch

    $ git checkout -b branch-name
  • Make your changes

  • Commit and Push

    $ git add filename 
    $ git commit -m 'commit message'
    $ git push origin branch-name
  • Create a New Pull Request from your forked repository (Click the New Pull Request button located at the top of your repo)

  • Wait for your PR review and merge approval!

  • Star this repository if you had fun!

Don't forget to include the comments as seen above. Feel free to include additional information about the language you chose in your comments too! Like a link to a helpful introduction or tutorial.

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