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How do comment @replies work?

I have posted a question and have received a comment to the question. I want to reply to the comment and also inform the commenter of the reply. How can I perform this task?

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You can either reply with another comment like:

@Username: Your comment goes here.

or just add detail to your original question or answer if you are the OP and it is applicable.

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You'd just add another comment in order to reply, but to specifically let someone know you'd have to leave a comment on one of the posts they own (a question or answer that they posted). They won't get notified if your comment reply is attached to your question.

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