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Development Tools GitHub Basics Working By Yourself Conflict Resolution

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Jamie Reardon
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Jamie Reardon
Treehouse Project Reviewer

Hi karan Badhwar! There are different ways to resolve merge conflicts other than using keyboard input shown in the video. You can use the likes of new git features within the terminal, check this article out here. Another way which depends on your IDE (code editor) you use, may have plugins/extensions or build in git features that let you resolve merges quickly with a few buttons. For example, check out Visual Studio Code's git features if you haven't already. Happy coding! :smile: