How to cancel a local git commit

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Hi Guys,

I have one local goit repository. And I have committed one change in the file. Now I want to cancel the commit. How to do that?

Jan 4 in Git & GitHub by akhtar
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Hi@akhtar,

You just need to use the git reset command with the commit ID where you want to move.

$ git reset HEAD~1
answered Jan 4 by MD
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