Basics using Git - Part I


What is Git?

Git is a version control system for easy management of files. In other words, it is used for managing a set of files that are often updated. Some examples of these set of files could be manuscripts edited by multiple authors, research source codes or a publically available list of scholarships maintained by student community. Git stores and maintains the each version of each of the files efficiently, thus relieving this burden off the authors. It is mainly used by programmers for maintaining different versions of the codes as they fix the bugs.

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