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Hey all, in this Git tutorial I’ll show you how to start undoing your changes, using three different methods – git checkout commit, git revert commit and git reset.

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+ GIT – https://git-scm.com/

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10 COMMENTS

  1. You should add some quiet time after the video is finished. Now it just switch over to next video. I always have to switch back from the next video to be able to add a LIKE. LOVE your videos. You really have "black belt" in teaching.

  2. so if I wanna use revert instead of reset, I would have to type all the commits I want to revert, but it would achieve the same result as reset, except I would be able to change my mind, is that it?

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