Hello Git-users,
     I've a question regarding the use of multiple local branches.  

Let's say, I've created a branch b1 and made some changes like adding a new 
file to the branch b1 after checking it out.    

Then , I stage the file but not commit it.  

Now I find myself a need to create another branch to work on a high 
severity issue.  

So, I checkout local master branch and create another b2 from master.  

Now when I switch to b2, git shows the new file which is added to branch b1.

Shouldnt it replace the contents of my working directory with the contents 
of parent branch master ?  Instead it shows the new file when i do git 

Can you please explain how does this work ?


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