diff --git a/readme.txt b/readme.txt
index 3ebcb13..194e746 100644
@@ -1,3 +1,5 @@
Please Read me
MY new changes
adding multiple commits to stagging
+this is really cool feature
The + indicates the the new line added at line @@ -1,3 +1,5 @@, these line numberzs are useful as we can go to the text editor and track them down with these lines.
no lets again edit the readme.txt file and edit in what we wrote wew previous lets say I change the text to `this is really cool and appreciative feature`
Sometime what git does it shows you two line one in minus and the second in + , Actually this the only one line where we have make the changes. its tries to show you how was the line before and how it is now . It ok and helpful to too, but why it show me whole can't it only show me only the words i have changed yes we can do it with.
Now notice that it comes up, and it gives me that same information, but instead of having two separate lines it gave me a different format, and it put the change here side by side.
add and commit in one shot
we can do this with git commit with the -a option, that's telling it to add it to the staging index and then commit it. All in one shot.So it's going to add it and commit it and allow us to skip that process of actually having to say add them one by one.
-am is used to add with message
naveen@naveen:/var/www/html/RND/symfony_sites/symfony_todoapp$ git commit -am "Replace the text of readme.txt file"
Remember this speed up the work but it do have some disadvantages and you need to be careful about them.
The first is that, of course, this grabs everything that is in your working directory. So if there were some things that you didn't want to include in the change,they're going to get pushed up there as well.
Files that are not tracked, or files that are being deleted, do not get included in this.
It works well for modifications, but for new files and deleted files it doesn't work well.
In my case, I am only making modifications and I know that as soon as I finish doing the add of everything, I am going to commit it all.