Using the remote branch instead of local branch in git
I want git to forget everything that I have edited in local branch, and want to pull the update from remote branch.
I did not know how to do that and I am getting merge conflicts on few files.
What should I do if I do not want to merge the files at all (local edits need to be deleted) and start new with the remote HEAD?
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