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    newbie vs probie vs jonny-come-lately

    If my definitions of differences among these words are wrong, please let me know.

    newbie - general, especially in computer
    probie - a probationary person in companies
    jonny-come-lately - general

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    Re: newbie vs probie vs jonny-come-lately

    They're differences between the words.

    The last is usually spelt 'Johnny-come-lately' (with or without a capital J).

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