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What is version control and why should VCS be used?

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Define version control and talk about how this system records any changes made to one or more files and saves them in a centralized repository. VCS tools will help you recall previous versions and perform the following:

Go through the changes made over a period of time and check what works versus what doesn’t.

Revert specific files or specific projects back to an older version.

Examine issues or errors that have occurred due to a particular change.

Using VCS gives developers the flexibility to simultaneously work on a particular file and all modifications can be logically combined later.

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