> I think the text is correct as it stands.  "git status" shows you that
> there are changes that are staged and unstaged, "git diff" (and "git
> diff --cached") shows you what those changes are.

Thanks, but the command line which follows that text does actually use
"git status" to show which files (staged and unstaged) have changes.
The text I quoted is introducing that command.

Then the next example shows you how to use "git diff" to see what the
actual unstaged changes to those files are.

If this is not the appropriate place to report such things, please point
me at the correct one.



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