Checking in existing code into a new repo on Azure DevOps

Checking in existing code into a new repo on Azure DevOps

I'm trying to check a new app I created using Visual Studio Code on my local machine into a new repo on Azure DevOps. I'm using Git as my version control.

I'm trying to check a new app I created using Visual Studio Code on my local machine into a new repo on Azure DevOps. I'm using Git as my version control.

Could someone point me to an article or give me the steps? The articles I found all point to checking an existing project FROM a repo TO my computer. I need to do it the other way around. FROM my computer TO a new repo on Azure DevOps.

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