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    How to Revert a Commit in Git

    Understanding Git Commits In Git, a commit represents a snapshot of changes made to a repository at a particular point in time. Each commit has a unique identifier, called a SHA-1 hash, that can be used to reference it. Commits are essential for keeping track of changes to a project, and they provide a history of who made changes, when…

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