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On, one of my answers got deleted (as the count got reduced by one) but I am not being able to make out that which answer has been deleted and why?

Is there any way of knowing this as it can help in improving things for future.

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Thanks for the link Aakash, I guess this link suggests browsing through the posts and making out if the deleted answer is in the last. But, the situation is that I don't know that my which answer has been deleted and as it has been deleted now, thus I don't even have a reference too of the question at which I answered. Any suggestions on this? I was under the impression that if an answer is deleted then a message would be sent to the user but I guess that its not the case. – Vivek Dec 15 '11 at 9:20
Thanks Aakash. This link is talking exactly about what I was looking for. But I guess, that there is no decision yet on sending a notification if post is deleted. Hope this happens soon. – Vivek Dec 15 '11 at 9:34
It won't happen. Jeff declined such feature request by himself, see here and even 1000 upvotes won't budge Jeff once he made up his mind. – Shadow Wizard Dec 15 '11 at 10:50
@ShadowWizard: Visited the link shared by you and found this comment from Jeff - "Will not get implemented as long as I am still alive to prevent it from happening". Well, didn't know that this feature request is so 'illegal'. Sad. – Vivek Dec 15 '11 at 14:26

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