How to keep my change in local branch without impacting remote repository by GIT?
git clone a repository, then made some change in the local. Now I need to pull content from remote master branch, but 1) I want to keep my changes in local; 2) I don't want to push my changes to remote master branch.
I think I can create a local branch, and commit my changes to the local branch, then make sure to not push the local branch to remote.
But I'm new to GIT, I just have the idea, but I'm not clear how to implement this idea. Could anybody give a brief procedure with some real git command lines?
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