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What's the difference between "have at" and "have at it"?

I think that 'have at' = attack. Is there any other meaning? Also, is 'have at it' a derivation of the former? Why could people use it to mean 'go ahead' or 'help yourself'?

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Base language: English
Category: Language

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    Have at - Attack or make an attempt.

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