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Where do I find the New Thread Button so I can post a message to get some help in an issue I am having ?
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In every forum, there's a New Thread on the left side just above the list of threads.
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Application programmers are typically concerned only with interfaces in the application layer and often also in the transport layer, while the layers below are services provided by the TCP/IP stack in the operating system.
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