Git reset and checkout by single command

Consider I’ve staged for committing a file (e.g. db/schema.rb) that I didn’t intended to change. I need to do:

git reset db/schema.rb
git checkout db/schema.rb

Can I do it by single command?

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  • 2 Solutions collect form web for “Git reset and checkout by single command”

    I tried this one and works well for me:

    git checkout HEAD -- path

    Simply reset with option --HARD

    git reset --HARD
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