Similar Threads - a new vB3 feature for UNIX.COM

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Similar Threads - a new vB3 feature for UNIX.COM

Note the new feature on UNIX.COM, many thread at the bottom of the page have a new feature:

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Here is an example on one of Perderabo's posts:

https://www.unix.com/unix-for-dummies-questions-and-answers/16337-2489-illegal-instruction.html

Kudos to the vB folks for this built-in feature!!

Neo
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