What does Changes not staged for commit mean

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As far as I know, to track a file you have to use: git add [files you want to track]. But I get this message: Changes not staged for commit. IF this is the case then shouldn't git shows me those files were Untracked like that:

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Then I created a new feature from develop branch and worked in feature/change_excel_format branch. Then git status returned: "Changes not staged for commit"

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Then if I modified the file  and type git st it will return Changes not staged for commit. So I decided to make the staged a be committed or make the not stage a to be staged, and then the previously staged file a will be discarded?

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Any help would be appreciated?

May 23, 2022 in Git & GitHub by Kichu
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