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I've checked your code and made a pull request where the bot is fixed up until the point it works. I'll highlight the problems below:
As I explained in the PR, you should now be able to run your bot using node index.js or npm start after reviewing my changes.
If you have any more questions about learning Node - or a different language! - we are here to help!
* Please never check tokens into source control! Instead, store them in a seperate - not checked in - file and retrieve them from there in your application. That way you POINT to the token instead of actually uploading it to GitHub.
I did forget to add the folder for the bot_modules which I did have installed using 'npm init' I believe. But thank you so much!! Hopefully I can learn more coding. So thank you so much!
As you can see in my pull request on your repository, the .gitignore file should be created as a file in the root directory of your repository.
Each line in the file represents a pattern of either a directory or file(s) that it can match. These directories and files will be ignored by Git and thus not checked in and uploaded.
The node_modules folder should be ignored, so you'll need to put that in the file. You can see an example here: https://github.com/DemonWolfFang/DiscordBot/pull/1/files#diff-a084b794bc0759e7a6b77810e01874f2 .
@DemonWolfFang you mean helping you with the .gitignore file? I already did, see here: https://github.com/DemonWolfFang/DiscordBot/pull/1/files .
Yes, but due to me being new (and I'm stupid with coding and learning how to do it) I don't know where to put it or if the file needs a specific path or where to put it.
See the link I posted in my last post. The filenames and paths are on top of the file in a grey bar. In the case of the .gitignore file that filename is just .gitignore and it's path is the root. So putting a .gitignore file in the root of your repository should work fine.