When programming and working with your preferred version control system, Git of course, you might find yourself committing a change with a misspelled or wrong message.
Luckily for us developers, there is a simple Git command to change the most recent local commit which is usually the one you want to modify. Just run the below command in your repo's directory.
git commit --amend -m "New commit message"
If you need to modify a commit that has been pushed online or older or multiple commits then check the GitHub Docs on Changing a Commit Message or this article by Linuxize on How to Change a Git Commit Message.
As a bonus, you might want to look into this excellent article by DevConnected on How To Write Good Git Commit Messages.
Good luck and have fun programming.
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