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    thread and post

    In this forum, what are the differences between "thread" and "post"?

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    Re: thread and post

    Quote Originally Posted by Ju View Post
    In this forum, what are the differences between "thread" and "post"?

    Many thanks.
    I've found the answer already.
    Many thanks.

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    Re: thread and post

    Then please tell us the difference for the benefit of any other learners who may be wondering.

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    Re: thread and post

    Quote Originally Posted by Rover_KE View Post
    Then please tell us the difference for the benefit of any other learners who may be wondering.
    Please find the answer from this forum I asked 4 years ago.

    "A thread is a string (or collection) of posts. A post is each person's comments within the thread. A question is a post. The reply is also a post. Combined together (and including all other replies after), they make a thread. A thread may have many posts; a post is part of a thread. The forum will have many threads, and each thread has its own topic."

    I hope it helps.

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