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what's the difference between LOG IN and SIGN IN?
Oct 29, 2016 1:33 AM
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Log in means to create an account on facebook, for example. Sign in means to "enter" on that page. *not sure if it's grammatically right*
October 29, 2016
I am a database developer and I tend to use "log in" in my job because there is a much closer association between that phrase and accessing computer systems. "Sign in" can mean just adding your name to a list, but logging in definitely means accessing and maintaining access to a computer network for a period of time. That having been said, you might hear them used interchangeably.
October 29, 2016
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