Como usar "Have a good one"

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Hi guys! I don't know if this is the right section to put such question, but apparently there is no appropriate section for this:

I'm currently living in Canada, and there is an expression that I found interesting because people use it quite often, but I don't know how to use it properly. The expression is "have a good one", the context is 'at the end of a conversation'. Well, I got two questions about this expression:

1st - I thought that people would use it as an answer to "have a good day", I will use a short dialogue as an example:
A: Have a good day Matt!
B: Have a good one.

However I see people using this not like an answer, but using it instead of the "have a good day" expression itself, for example, yesterday a taxi driver said "have a good one" for me while dropping me off, but I didn't say anything before this, so I responded "you too".

2nd - What if it's getting late or it's at night? Can I use these expressions (both) at 4 or 5 pm for example? Because, technically, the day is almost over.

Thank you in advance. ;)
Please, correct my mistakes.

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"Have a good one" é usada para nos despedirmos de alguém, não importa a hora. Veja o que diz o 'Dictionary.com'

Have a good one and Have a nice one.

Have a good morning, afternoon, or evening, as appropriate. (A general formulaic expression used at any time of the day or night.) : Have a good one, cowboy. , See you tomorrow, Todd. Have a nice one.


Você pode dizer "you too" ao ouvir "have a good one".
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