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1
What does the following Git command do?

git-apply(1)

Apply a patch to files and/or to the index.

2
What does the following Git command do?

git-checkout-index(1)

Copy files from the index to the working tree.

3
What does the following Git command do?

git-commit-tree(1)

Create a new commit object.

4
What does the following Git command do?

git-hash-object(1)

Compute object ID and optionally creates a blob from a file.

5
What does the following Git command do?

git-index-pack(1)

Build pack index file for an existing packed archive.

6
What does the following Git command do?

git-merge-file(1)

Run a three-way file merge.

7
What does the following Git command do?

git-merge-index(1)

Run a merge for files needing merging.

8
What does the following Git command do?

git-mktag(1)

Creates a tag object.

9
What does the following Git command do?

git-mktree(1)

Build a tree-object from ls-tree formatted text.

10
What does the following Git command do?

git-pack-objects(1)

Create a packed archive of objects.

11
What does the following Git command do?

git-prune-packed(1)

Remove extra objects that are already in pack files.

12
What does the following Git command do?

git-read-tree(1)

Reads tree information into the index.

13
What does the following Git command do?

git-symbolic-ref(1)

Read and modify symbolic refs.

14
What does the following Git command do?

git-unpack-objects(1)

Unpack objects from a packed archive.

15
What does the following Git command do?

git-update-index(1)

Register file contents in the working tree to the index.

16
What does the following Git command do?

git-update-ref(1)

Update the object name stored in a ref safely.

17
What does the following Git command do?

git-write-tree(1)

Create a tree object from the current index.

18
What does the following Git command do?

git-cat-file(1)

Provide content or type and size information for repository objects.

19
What does the following Git command do?

git-diff-files(1)

Compares files in the working tree and the index.

20
What does the following Git command do?

git-diff-index(1)

Compares content and mode of blobs between the index and repository.

21
Name the Git command that does the following:

Apply a patch to files and/or to the index.

git-apply(1)

22
Name the Git command that does the following:

Copy files from the index to the working tree.

git-checkout-index(1)

23
Name the Git command that does the following:

Create a new commit object.

git-commit-tree(1)

24
Name the Git command that does the following:

Compute object ID and optionally creates a blob from a file.

git-hash-object(1)

25
Name the Git command that does the following:

Build pack index file for an existing packed archive.

git-index-pack(1)

26
Name the Git command that does the following:

Run a three-way file merge.

git-merge-file(1)

27
Name the Git command that does the following:

Run a merge for files needing merging.

git-merge-index(1)

28
Name the Git command that does the following:

Creates a tag object.

git-mktag(1)

29
Name the Git command that does the following:

Build a tree-object from ls-tree formatted text.

git-mktree(1)

30
Name the Git command that does the following:

Create a packed archive of objects.

git-pack-objects(1)