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Commits are Complete Snapshots
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* imagine our project contains 3 files: `A`, `B` and `C`
* every time we commit changes a new commit is created: `Commit 1`, `Commit 2`
and `Commit 3`
* every commit is a 'full snapshot' of the whole project
* Git optimizes storage, will not create copies of non-modified files