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In this exercise, students practice reverting a file and cleaning a repository. - https://github.com/nnja/advanced-git/blob/master/exercises/Exercise6-FixingMistakes.md

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>> Nina Zakharenko: So summaries, some common ways of undoing changes, we can check out, reset, revert. Always revert for a shared repository, don't change history.
>> Nina Zakharenko: If you need to revert the revert, for example, if you need to push that original commit again, it's not gonna do anything. That commit exists already in history.

[00:00:25] A good strategy is to cherry peck your changes. And I'm gonna talk a little bit more about how to do that in the next section.
>> Nina Zakharenko: Now, time for exercise six, how do we fix mistakes?