I've installed GIT, can do all the actions to commit a file but, somehow, 
cannot figure out how to actually see a previous version of my file.

I've tried some commands related to history that return things to me that I 
can't make any sense out of.

I've bought several books on this, all of which go into great detail about 
branches and collisions and remotes and more, but nothing about actually 
looking at a previous version of a file.

I even went to a workshop at a conference and couldn't understand enough to 
ask question about seeing a previous file version in a way that the speaker 
understood what I was talking about.

Can someone help me with this?  I'm obviously out in the ozone.

I'm anxious to make use of this tool everyone is raving about.



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