How to not to mess up with Git “master” branch

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You always learn something new with Git.

For example, you have made many changes to the codebase and suddenly realize that you’re working on a master branch. That seems odd. So, the decision is just as simple as this:

git switch -c new_branch

This command creates a new branch and brings all of your local changes over.

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