How to revert a Git commit

Locally, if  you do not have pushed your local remote to any remote Git repository:

git reset --hard <revision_id_of_the_commit_you_would_like_to_reset_to>

or just add the --ammed flag

git commit --amend -m "This commit will add additional/changed content to your previous local commit"

Remotely, if you already pushed your commit to a remote Git repository:

git reset --hard <revision ID of a commit you would like to overwrite the HEAD commit of a GIT repository>git push -f


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