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Quick SVN update question

A junior SVN question: I find when I update a folder, it's marked as "modified". And the content of the file is still the old one (not update to the newest version since it's modified in my local copy). What I need is to get the newest copy, if there is conflict, just give me a message box. Now I have to delete this file, and do an update. If there are many files, it's impossible to do this one by one. Any instructions on this? Thanks.
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the folder had an exclamation symbol. So I reverted it. Thanks. In this case, if i just want to have the newest code from SVN no matter what my local changes are, what is the easiest way? Thanks.
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BUT choose "update" will not really replace working copy with the newest code from SVN if there is conflicts. Any suggestion?