In this lesson, and in any other scenario, when you use the
git log command to view your commit logs, you will see more SHAs that the number of commits and commit messages available.
An example log message is below. Here, there are 3 SHAs but there are only 2 commits/commit messages;
$ git log commit 1f1e8a938be1733bac6caeb74cbd62117c6c3d87 Author: codecademy <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Fri Oct 9 01:30:54 2020 +0000 first bio question commit 3a294546f4a55f02bf37233ef8988d8b9dd7ce59 Author: danasselin <email@example.com> Date: Tue Nov 3 12:33:23 2015 -0500 Add heading and comment to biology quiz commit 6aa7704a31d05541141fbb529abf946bd2fd41:
- Which SHA belong to which commit and commit message?
- Does a SHA come before its commit message or is it the other way around?
- Is the latest commit and its SHA stay at the top or at the bottom of the log messages?