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

I don't know where did my f.txt file go...

I managed to solve all the tasks but the first one, because I made a mistake.

Instead of writing git reset HEAD f.txt, I only wrote git reset HEAD, and then git add and git commit. So now my file disappeared, and obviously it's not in the working directory.

Could you give me some guidance?