What Does 'Else' Do?
'Anybody' means any person at all; it does not matter who.
I won't tell
The speaker has not told anybody about what she did.
'Anybody else' means a different person than all the other people you have already asked. For example, you have asked a group of people, but you still need to ask another person.
I won't tell
The speaker has told some people, but they're saying they're not going to tell about what she did to another person(s)..
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