PurposeThe "git pull" command is used to fetch changes from a remote repository and automatically merge them into your current local branch. It is essentially a combination of "git fetch" and "git merge."
Use CaseUse "git pull" when you want to quickly update your local branch with the latest changes from the remote branch and are ready to merge them into your working branch.
I hope from all the above examples you have learned that "git fetch" is useful for checking what changes are available in the remote repository without immediately applying them to your working branch. On the other hand, "git pull" fetches and merges changes from the remote repository into your current branch in one step. Choose the one that best fits your workflow and needs in Azure DevOps.
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