xcode – How can I not have Command Line Tools installed, yet still have it?

$ type git
git is hashed (/usr/bin/git)
$ /usr/bin/git --version
git version 2.24.3 (Apple Git-128)
$ pkgutil --pkgs | grep ^com.apple
com.apple.update.fullbundleupdate.19H2
com.apple.pkg.update.os.10.15.7Supplemental.19H15
com.apple.pkg.EmbeddedOSFirmware
com.apple.update.fullbundleupdate.19H15
com.apple.update.fullbundleupdate.19G2021
com.apple.pkg.update.os.10.15.7.19H2
com.apple.pkg.SecureBoot
com.apple.pkg.update.os.SecUpd2020-001Catalina.19H114
com.apple.pkg.update.os.10.15.6Supplemental.19G2021
com.apple.pkg.Core
com.apple.update.fullbundleupdate.19H114
com.apple.pkg.XProtectPlistConfigData_10_15.16U4147
com.apple.files.data-template
com.apple.pkg.XProtectPlistConfigData_10_15.16U4145
com.apple.pkg.MRTConfigData_10_15.16U4142
com.apple.pkg.MRTConfigData_10_15.16U4146
com.apple.pkg.IncompatibleAppList.10_15.16U1923
com.apple.pkg.Pages10
com.apple.pkg.iMovie_AppStore
com.apple.pkg.Keynote10
com.apple.pkg.Numbers10
$ ls /Applications/Xcode.app
ls: /Applications/Xcode.app: No such file or directory

As you can see, I have neither the Command Line Tools, nor Xcode installed, yet I still have Command Line Tools. How is this possible? Is there something that I’m missing?