From: kc-mass on 1 Apr 2010 09:44
Silly question but I have often wondered about this - What is an OP?
"Stefan Hoffmann" <ste5an(a)ste5an.de> wrote in message
> ho Ronaldo,
> On 01.04.2010 11:57, RonaldoOneNil wrote:
>> Other way round
> Correct, but sometimes there must be something left to be puzzled out by
> the OP...)
> --> stefan <--
From: Stefan Hoffmann on 1 Apr 2010 09:51
On 01.04.2010 15:44, kc-mass wrote:
> Silly question but I have often wondered about this - What is an OP?
Questions are never silly...
OP stands for Original Post or Original Poster depending on the context.
--> stefan <--
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