TIL - How To Git Checkout to Previous Branch Without Typing it's Name

The Usual Way

Each time we need to checkout to the previous branch, we type git checkout previous-branch-name or when using ZSH Shell we can just type gco previous-branch-name.

How to Git Checkout to Previous Branch in a Lazy and Fast Way

Instead of the traditional way, described above, we can be lazy and fast at same time ;)

Just type git checkout - or if using ZSH Shell gco -.

How come that I haven’t remembered to try this before, this is exactly like when working with directories, aka just like when we use cd -.

Sometimes I just hate my self for not spotting so obvious behaviours… argh!!!

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