git pull is a command in Git that fetches and merges changes from a remote repository to your local repository. This command is handy when working in a team that pushes code to a remote repository frequently.
Here’s an example:
Let’s say there are two branches in the remote repository
feature. Your local repository is currently on the
main branch. To update your local repository with the changes from the
feature branch of the remote repository, you can use the following command:
git pull origin feature
This command will fetch changes from the
feature branch of the remote repository
origin and merge them into your local repository. If there are any conflicts between the changes in the remote repository and your local repository, you’ll need to resolve these conflicts before you can push your changes back to the remote repository.