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Checkout the previous branch

Written byPhuoc Nguyen
07 Mar, 2021
It's common that we have multiple branches in the same Git repository. Each branch is used to fix a given bug, or implements a new feature.
Switching between branches is one of popular tasks in our daily work:
$ git checkout <target-branch-name>
Without specifying the branch name, we can quickly checkout the previous branch with the following command:
$ git checkout -

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