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Last update:   15-05-2022

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Every time you commit, Git takes a picture of all your files. The history of the project is on the local disk. You can work and commit until you get a network connection to update. GIT stores everything in his database using hashes.

3 Stages

 
# -- Working directory //
# 
# The file is changed but not committed it to database yet.


# -- Staging area //
# 
# The file is marked as modified to go into your next commit snapshot.


# -- Repository //
#
# Committed means that the modified file is stored in your DB.

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