Git – Push Changes

Git Push Changes to Remote Use git push command to copy local changes (Committed changes) to the remote git repository. Syntax: git push [remote_repository] [remote_branch] Git Push Example After committing all the new files or updated files, You can push your changes to remote git repository using “git push” command. The default remote repository referred as origin. You can find this with git remote -v command. The default branch is used master. You can find current active branch with git branch command. git push origin master The above command will upload all changes…

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