To push a new local branch to a remote Git repository and track it too use the git push command with the -u or --set-upstream option followed by the remote name and branch name

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To modify the messages of existing unpushed commits, you can use the git commit --amend command. This command allows you to edit the commit message of the most recent commit on your current branch.

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To remove local untracked files from the current Git working tree, you can use the git clean command with the -f and -d options. It will permanently delete the untracked files and directories from your local repository.

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If you want to force Git to overwrite your local files during a git pull, you can use the --force or -f option with the git reset command to discard all of your local changes and make your local copy of the repository match the remote copy.

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If you've made changes to your files and added them to the staging area using git add but haven't yet committed those changes, you can undo the add using the git reset command.

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To rename a local Git branch, make sure you are on the branch that you want to rename. You can use the git branch command with the -m option followed by the new branch name and the current branch name.

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'git fetch' retrieves the latest changes from the remote repository, but it doesn't merge those changes into your local branch. 'git pull' will automatically merge the changes from the remote repository into your local branch without giving you a chance to review them first.

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