Using GIT for version control with Unity pt.4

Checked for past commits to use for a hard reset.
Selecting the Main branch inside GitHub.
Clicked on the 3 commits under the Main branch.
First commit entered was selected to be our reset point.
Clicked on the commit ID reference.
Selected the commit ID reference code.
Copied the commit ID reference code.
Local branch Main pushed to the Main branch repository to complete the resetting.
Main branch reset to 1st commit, and we have the Dev branch to revert back just in case.

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