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GitHub Essentials by Achilleas Pipinellis

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The layout of a pull request

Every pull request pretty much looks as follows:

From the previous screenshot, you can tell what the specific number of the pull request is. It is like an identifier within the repository and it is not separated from the issues count. Issues and pull requests share the same ID counter. So, in the preceding example, you can see that although this is our first pull request, it is numbered #6; the previous five were issues:

Then, there is the information that the pull request is Open and who wants to merge how many ...

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