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With a few commits under our belt, this is a great time to introduce the "git log" command. There will be a time when you want to see the history of your repository and "git log" lets you do that. There are any number of reasons you might want to view the git log. You might want to know when you made a specific code change, or compare your local repo with the central remote repo for example. (We'll talk about using "git log" with remote repositories in a later video.)