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If you are using Git for version control then it is likely at some point you will have a project with multiple branches of code. The benefit of this is allowing various developers to work on different projects while providing an easier way to merge the code when the developers tasks are completed. One developer may be working strictly on big fixes that could need to be checked in daily while another developer may be working on a project that may take months to complete and git provides a system to merge these code branches together. Below is a quick reference for switching between Git code branches.

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