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What does delete it fat mean?
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If you delete query does it delete the original information in the table?
Your question is unclear. If you mean if you delete a query, then it does not affect the data in the table. Deleting any kind of query does not affect the data in any table it uses. If you mean if you run a Delete query, then yes the data in the table will be deleted. That is what Delete queries are for.
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How do you delete a photo comment on facebook?
If you mean to delete your own comment: -on the top right part of the comment you will see a pencil icon, click it and it should ask you to "edit or delete" choose delete. If you mean to delete a comment of another person in your photo posted: -again click the pencil Icon and delete. If you want to delete another person's comment from another person's photo: -No! you can't do this. See relate links for helpful stuff
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What is the difference between delete and delete in C plus plus?
I'm presuming you mean the difference between delete and delete(). If not please clarify in the discussion section (punctuation is not permitted in questions). There is no difference between delete and delete(). Delete is an operator implemented as a function so the operand (a dynamically allocated instance pointer) can be placed in parenthesis if desired, but is not required.