When we merge the 2 branches, updated code is going to be sit in Local or Remote Repository??

Two branch ex :Master(trunk) & branchA, In master I have last release code,In branchA I have latest code,So in terminal I have point the branch to master & then raise merge request, means "git merge branchA".But merge was happened sucessfully,but directly updated code reflected in remote repository.As per concept it should be reflect in local,once done "git add" & "git push" then only updated code should be reflect in remote repo.

Now Im able to see that updated code in remote repository, is it natural behaviour of git?? Kindly suggest me.

 

Regards,
Satish

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Assuming that you have forked your repository, did you point to the remote master or local master? If you point to the remote master, then what has happened is correct.

First I have point to master then clone the code from repo then performed git merge branch A.

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