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How do comments work?

Sorry for all to ask a dumb question like that but I have been trying to figure out how to comment on a question? I see edit, answer but no comment. Is it something because I am new? I have looked at FAQ didnt see it searched it but no good. Again if i am asking this in a wrong place please forgive me. i can see it on my own question but how can i comment some other users question? or is there a way to contact a user?

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migrated from Nov 15 '11 at 21:01

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marked as duplicate by Mat, Chris Frederick, Adam Lear, Josh Caswell, Michael Petrotta Nov 15 '11 at 22:15

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see - You need more than 50 – True Soft Nov 15 '11 at 21:00

You get to comment once you've got the comment everywhere privilege. :-)

Check here:

You'll need 50 reputation to get it.

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Although this question is out of place here.

I will answer it since you are new :)

You can go to to check out your provileges

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Take a look here, it is a FAQ about reputation. Then look at badges and earn "Analytical" ;-)

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