I am pretty much new to Git though I am using it for a couple of projects 
(without much understanding as such).

In Git documents, it is mentioned that Git stores data as a stream of 
snapshots. Compared to other VCS tools, the only difference I am able to 
tell is
that Git stores the entire file for each versions while other VCS tools 
might store only differences.

Can someone help me understand this?

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