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Git has multiple tools that can help you hunt for a bug or the culprit when things go wrong. The Git blame`command helps you find the commit that created the specific line of code that causes a bug in a specific file of a project. It also determines the author of the commit, making is easier to ask for more information about the code. The `git blame` command is helpful when you can assume the cause of the problem. It divides the git commit tree into "good", bug-free commits and "bad" commits.