Version control is a way to record changes to one or more files over time. It basically creates a history for each file so that you can recall specific versions later. Version control is not limited to source code files, but this is probably the most common use of it. Using a version control engine is important for many reasons. First, it allows for team collaboration over the same solution; team members can work on different tasks for a solution or project, involving different source code files, or they can make edits to the same code ...
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12. Team Collaboration: Version Control with Git
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