Classified in Computers

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Git clone: to Clone a repository into a new directory Git Fetch: bring data from a remote repository Git merge: join 2 or more development histories together Git pull: incorporates changes from Remote repository into the current Branch Git Push: updates remote references using local references while sending Necessary objects Git rebase: Reapply commits on top of another base tip Git Commit: record changes to the repository 

Git branch: references to an specific commit Git reset: reset current HEAD to the specified state Git revert: revert some existing commit Git cherry-pick: apply the changes Introduced by some existing commits Git Commit - -amend: modify the most recent commit Git tag: create, list or delete a tag object Git describe: describe a commit using the most recent tag reachable From it, to see description Git Checkout: switch branches or restore working tree files

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