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 Does IIS 6.0 reuse threads?

Answer IIS 6.0 makes use of a number of thread pools in order to reuse previously initialized threads wherever possible. Although the size of thread pools can be adjusted, they are self-tuning by default.... Read More »
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Whats the difference between plumbing pipe threads and conduit pipe threads?

Answer Plumbing pipe threads are squared and conduit pipe threads are tapered.
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What does truncated threads mean?

Truncated means to cut short or modify. A truncated thread most often refers to a screw thread---a raised ridge that wraps around a screw or bolt in a helix formation---that has been cut into a fla... Read More »
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Does plumbing have left hand threads?

Absolutely YES and so does gas piping and heating applications Your looking at it from the wrong end.
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