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1
What does the following Git command do?

git-add(1)

Add file contents to the index.

2
What does the following Git command do?

git-am(1)

Apply a series of patches from a mailbox.

3
What does the following Git command do?

git-archive(1)

Create an archive of files from a named tree.

4
What does the following Git command do?

git-bisect(1)

Find by binary search the change that introduced a bug.

5
What does the following Git command do?

git-branch(1)

List, create, or delete branches.

6
What does the following Git command do?

git-bundle(1)

Move objects and refs by archive.

7
What does the following Git command do?

git-checkout(1)

Checkout a branch or paths to the working tree.

8
What does the following Git command do?

git-cherry-pick(1)

Apply the changes introduced by some existing commits.

9
What does the following Git command do?

git-citool(1)

Graphical alternative to git-commit.

10
What does the following Git command do?

git-clean(1)

Remove untracked files from the working tree.

11
What does the following Git command do?

git-clone(1)

Clone a repository into a new directory.

12
What does the following Git command do?

git-commit(1)

Record changes to the repository.

13
What does the following Git command do?

git-describe(1)

Show the most recent tag that is reachable from a commit.

14
What does the following Git command do?

git-diff(1)

Show changes between commits, commit and working tree, etc.

15
What does the following Git command do?

git-fetch(1)

Download objects and refs from another repository.

16
What does the following Git command do?

git-format-patch(1)

Prepare patches for e-mail submission.

17
What does the following Git command do?

git-gc(1)

Cleanup unnecessary files and optimize the local repository.

18
What does the following Git command do?

git-grep(1)

Print lines matching a pattern.

19
What does the following Git command do?

git-gui(1)

A portable graphical interface to Git.

20
What does the following Git command do?

git-init(1)

Create an empty git repository or reinitialize an existing one.

21
Name the Git command that does the following:

Add file contents to the index.

git-add(1)

22
Name the Git command that does the following:

Apply a series of patches from a mailbox.

git-am(1)

23
Name the Git command that does the following:

Create an archive of files from a named tree.

git-archive(1)

24
Name the Git command that does the following:

Find by binary search the change that introduced a bug.

git-bisect(1)

25
Name the Git command that does the following:

List, create, or delete branches.

git-branch(1)

26
Name the Git command that does the following:

Move objects and refs by archive.

git-bundle(1)

27
Name the Git command that does the following:

Checkout a branch or paths to the working tree.

git-checkout(1)

28
Name the Git command that does the following:

Apply the changes introduced by some existing commits.

git-cherry-pick(1)

29
Name the Git command that does the following:

Graphical alternative to git-commit.

git-citool(1)

30
Name the Git command that does the following:

Remove untracked files from the working tree.

git-clean(1)