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Arikaturika Tumojenko8,897 Points
git commit -m "Add new project files" - where was the comment added? I'm confused
While using git commit -m "Add new project files" on a SINGLE file we want to commit, I understand that the comment goes inside the file. What happened with the "Add new project files" comment? Where was it printed since Tommy commited multiple files?
And how was Tommy able to commit 2 files at the same time without using the -a flag?