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What is the simplest way to undo a recent local commit in Git?

This one has been tough to commit to memory (ha, get it?) and I often find multiple answers when searching online. What should be my go-to method?

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@sayzlimThe following command will reset the recent commit while keeping the changes you've made. You can update the argument form soft to --hard if you're certain that you're not going to keep the changes. git reset HEAD~ --soft
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