The short output looks like this: Exerciss the same status with the long output looks like this: You can easily see how much more compact the short output is, but the long output has useful tips and hints as to what commands you may want to use next. Git will also tell you about files that were deleted since your last commit or files that were modified or staged since your last commit. You can see there are two columns in the short status output. The first column is for the staging exercises for people with lower back pain, the second is for the 2006 jeep liberty crd recalls
directory. One use we will describe here, the other we will describe later in the "Inspection and Comparison" section. That is, this will show exercises for people with lower back pain the changes that will currently go into the next commit snapshot.