Suppose I've modified a file, or a set of files, and I want to return it
to the state in HEAD.  I thought that "git checkout HEAD file1 file2
..." would do that, but git-checkout wants to preserve whatever changes
are present in the file tree.  I'm sure that buried in Git's UI is a
command form that will do this easily, and I probably knew it once, but
I've forgotten.


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