Restore files in git repo without commit
I created a Git repo and a remote on Github. In project folder i made
git init and forgotten made first
git commit. After i made git pull from remote repository and all my files in local folder disappeared. I tried
git reset --hard origin/master
git reset --hard
git checkout <filename>
git checkout -f master
but it didn't help me. Everywhere write that need restore last commit but i don't have his.
How i can restore all my files?
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