Is there a way to do “git log -n 100 -from 200”?

Is there a way to do like paginated retrieval of commit history like git log -n 100 -from 200? It would fetch 100 commits after the first 200th commit. Is there such a feature?

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    You can do that with:

    git log -n 100 --skip=200

    The documentation for these options can be found here.

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