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Using common Git commands

Pushing commits to a remote repository

Use git push to push commits made on your local branch to a remote repository.

Getting changes from a remote repository

You can use common Git commands to access remote repositories.

Dealing with non-fast-forward errors

Sometimes, Git can't make your change to a remote repository without losing commits. When this happens, your push is refused.

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