[Grammar] how having+3rdv works as noun in sentence?

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sir,please answer me soon i am very confused that if verb+ing works as noun that is gerund but how having+3rdv is used as gerund in sentence
 

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Smoking is bad for you.
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Please answer me soon
We are all volunteers on this forum. We certainly do our best to answer questions in a timely manner, but we do not work to anyone's schedule.

I am very confused. [STRIKE]that if[/STRIKE] I know that verb+ing works as a noun [STRIKE]that is[/STRIKE] or a gerund, but how is "having+3rdv" [STRIKE]is[/STRIKE] used as a gerund in a sentence?

I note that you've asked this question elsewhere; e.g.,
https://ell.stackexchange.com/questions/131872/how-havin3rdv-works-as-noun-in-sentence

Please let us know in future if you've asked the same thing on another site, and provide a link. Otherwise, you're wasting everyone's time.

I don't understand what "3rdv" is supposed to mean.

Otherwise, welcome to the forum :)
 

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