A reply is a statement or acknowledgment made in response to an interrogative question, request or comment. Replies are communicated in a variety of ways, the most common being spoken or written, and act as a way of conveying relevant information and continuing a conversational exchange.
A simple reply can take the form of a single word, for example "yes" or "no", or can be expressed via body language, such as nodding the head or winking.
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... It is much faster to delete 10 spam messages than to reply on each one with the "remove" word and then delete them ... By getting the "remove" reply, spammers would know that the address is in active use, and could send more spam or sell it to other spammers ... For these reasons, many users wouldn't reply email messages with the "remove" word ...
... written by Julius Caesar in hostile reply to Cicero's pamphlet praising Cato the Younger ... and called, simply, "Cato," which provoked a reply from Octavian ... work is not known to have been called AntiCato but must have been modeled on Caesar's reply to Cicero ...
... Upon receiving most DSI requests, the client or server sends a reply message ... This reply contains the flags field set to 0x01 (reply) the command field set to the same value as the request's command field the same request ID sent in the request (used for the client to ... The DSITickle and DSICloseSession commands do not trigger a reply ...
Famous quotes containing the word reply:
“Ask of her, the mighty mother:
Her reply puts this other
Question: What is Spring?
Growth in everything.”
—Gerard Manley Hopkins (18441889)
“Someone once asked me why women dont gamble as much as men do, and I gave the common-sensical reply that we dont have as much money. That was a true but incomplete answer. In fact, womens total instinct for gambling is satisfied by marriage.”
—Gloria Steinem (b. 1934)
“If somebody says, I love you, to me, I feel as though I had a pistol pointed at my head. What can anybody reply under such conditions but that which the pistol-holder requires? I love you, too.”
—Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. (b. 1922)