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Pulling changes

Whenever somebody pushes their changes to the shared remote repository, your local repository becomes outdated. To re-synchronize your local repository with the newly updated remote repository, simply run the git pull command.

When a pull command executes, the latest revision history downloads from the remote repository and imports to your local repository.

Diagram of pulling changes.
Pull changes from a remote repository to your local repository to synchronize.

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