Hi,I have a question.

If someone tells me an order such as '' Don't do that.'',

can I answer like

''Yes I do.''(I will do that.), ''No, I don't.''(I don't do that.)

?

Or would it be better to simply answer ''O.K.'' orArlight?
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In my opinion "I will not" sounds more obedient.

'OK' is ok.

I am wondering whether 'Alright' fits here.
A: Don't do that.

B1: OK. / All right.

B2: Sorry.

B3: Why not?
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Thank you two.

But I wanna make sure it more precisely.

A.''Don't do A.''

BYes,I do(I will do A.) / No, I don't''(I don't do A.)

Are above answers correct?

Thank you in advance.
No, not at all. I suppose that this is what you mean:

A: Don't do A.

B1: ------- We do not answer in any way like that. A native response would be "But I have to do A / I was told to do A", etc.

B2: But I'm not doing A. / OK, I won't do A.
Thank you

Mister MicawberNo, not at all. I suppose that this is what you mean:

A: Don't do A.
B1: ------- We do not answer in any way like that. A native response would be "But I have to do A / I was told to do A", etc.
B2: But I'm not doing A. / OK, I won't do A.
Can't there be Yes instead?
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Can't there be Yes instead?-- I see no way.
Sorry I mean''Is it possible to place Yes there instead of Ok?''
No. Here, 'OK' means 'I understand'.
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