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Jun 01, 2021 - 12:51 PM

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Git is an example of a distributed version control system commonly used for open source and commercial software development.

Let's go :

1. initalize git in files/directories.

git init

2.Clone the repository in your local system.

git clone<your-user-name>/<repo-name>

3.To check the current status of the repository.

git status

4.To add specific file to the staging area.

git add <file-name>

5.To add all changed file to staging area.

git add .

6.To unstage a certain file

git restore --stagged <filename>

7.To see recent changes in the repository.

git diff

8.To give a message and commit.

git commit -m "your-message"

9.To see the commit history.

git log

10.To see last specific commits (eg. Last 3 commits).

git log -3

11.To discard the specific commit.

git revert <commit-token>

12.To undo the commit and bring back changes to staging area.

git reset --soft HEAD <no._of_commit_to_revert>

13.To show remote URLs

git remote -v

14.To fetch the changes from origin to your local system.

git pull origin

15.To create a branch named branch-name.

git branch <branch-name>

16.To make changes in the specific branch.

git checkout <branch-name>

17.To merge sub branch to main branch.

git merge <branch-name>

18.To delete a specific branch.

git branch -d <branch-name>

19.To push the recent commits.

git push origin <branch-name>