Each time you want to commit a bug or a feature, you need to create a branch for it.
To create a new branch there is a
git branch command.
After you have created a branch, you need to switch in this branch using a
git checkout command.
But it is also possible to create a new Git branch and switch in this branch using only one
git checkout command with
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Сreate Git Branch and Checkout
Create a new Git branch and checkout:
$ git branch <branch_name> $ git checkout <branch_name>
Create a Git branch and checkout in one command:
$ git checkout -b <branch_name>
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