Top 19 Git Commands With Examples – Part 1
Git is a version control system that is created to manage small to large and complex project in an efficient manner. Git is an open source tool, which is free to use. Most developers require performance, functionality, flexibility and security that is offered by Git. Additionally, Git is also a distributed version-control tool for DevOps.
Let’s look at top 10 out of 19 Git Commands with examples.
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