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Development Tools Introduction to Git Managing Committed Files Commit SHAs and Undoing Commits

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Jamie Reardon
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Jamie Reardon
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git checkout is when you want to cancel the recent changes to files. You will also use the git checkout command very often to change branch which you can learn about in branches and merging course here.

The git revert command is only for reverting a commit to a previous commit.