Undo git last commit push
I wanted to undo the last changes I made to a file both on my local repo and the repo on Github. (
Could someone please point me to a post/blog of doing it.
Here are the steps I did for committing the changes:
git add -A
git commit -m "changed header"
git push origin master
How can I undo the last changes, both on my local repo and origin.
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