rmgroup

Regroup vs Rmgroup - What's the difference?

regroup | rmgroup |


As verbs the difference between regroup and rmgroup

is that regroup is to pause and get organized before trying again while rmgroup is (internet) to remove a newsgroup (or attempt to do so) by means of such a message.

As a noun rmgroup is

(internet) a usenet control message indicating that a newsgroup should be removed.

Remove vs Rmgroup - What's the difference?

remove | rmgroup |


As verbs the difference between remove and rmgroup

is that remove is (label) to move something from one place to another, especially to take away while rmgroup is (internet) to remove a newsgroup (or attempt to do so) by means of such a message.

As nouns the difference between remove and rmgroup

is that remove is the act of removing something while rmgroup is (internet) a usenet control message indicating that a newsgroup should be removed.

Newsgroup vs Rmgroup - What's the difference?

newsgroup | rmgroup |


As nouns the difference between newsgroup and rmgroup

is that newsgroup is a repository on a computer network where people can post messages, usually about a single subject while rmgroup is (internet) a usenet control message indicating that a newsgroup should be removed.

As a verb rmgroup is

(internet) to remove a newsgroup (or attempt to do so) by means of such a message.

Message vs Rmgroup - What's the difference?

message | rmgroup |


As nouns the difference between message and rmgroup

is that message is a communication, or what is communicated; any concept or information conveyed while rmgroup is (internet) a usenet control message indicating that a newsgroup should be removed.

As verbs the difference between message and rmgroup

is that message is to send a message to; to transmit a message to, as text via a cell phone while rmgroup is (internet) to remove a newsgroup (or attempt to do so) by means of such a message.

Control vs Rmgroup - What's the difference?

control | rmgroup |


As verbs the difference between control and rmgroup

is that control is to exercise influence over; to suggest or dictate the behavior of while rmgroup is (internet) to remove a newsgroup (or attempt to do so) by means of such a message.

As nouns the difference between control and rmgroup

is that control is (countable|uncountable) influence or authority over while rmgroup is (internet) a usenet control message indicating that a newsgroup should be removed.

Usenet vs Rmgroup - What's the difference?

usenet | rmgroup |


In internet|lang=en terms the difference between usenet and rmgroup

is that usenet is (internet) a world-wide distributed discussion system consisting of newsgroups classified hierarchically by subject while rmgroup is (internet) to remove a newsgroup (or attempt to do so) by means of such a message.

As a proper noun usenet

is (internet) a world-wide distributed discussion system consisting of newsgroups classified hierarchically by subject.

As a noun rmgroup is

(internet) a usenet control message indicating that a newsgroup should be removed.

As a verb rmgroup is

(internet) to remove a newsgroup (or attempt to do so) by means of such a message.