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How do comment voting and flagging work?

I was curious about flagging on SO. I went to flag a comment and it said i had 5 left. Is that 5 per day, week or forever? Also, do users with more rep get more flags?

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marked as duplicate by John, Awesome Poodles, kiamlaluno, davidsleeps, Jeff Atwood Jan 3 '12 at 8:49

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@Bob (edited comment)- maybe not quite a dupe as it talks about comment flagging where as the title isn't comment specific, just the example of a comment. page also has conflicting information with the FAQ – davidsleeps Jan 3 '12 at 2:20
    
@davidsleeps I still feel that this question is adequately answered by our existing FAQ questions. – John Jan 3 '12 at 2:47
    
@Bob agreed (as evidenced by the fact that my answer is a link and excerpt from the FAQ). – davidsleeps Jan 3 '12 at 2:59
up vote 4 down vote accepted

See Are there any voting limits? which contains this section related to flagging:

  • At 15 or more reputation, at least 5 spam/offensive flag votes per day per user
    • One additional spam/offensive flag vote per 2000 reputation or 20 flag-weight, to a maximum of 100 spam/offensive votes
  • At 10k reputation, at least 5 delete votes per day per user
    • One additional delete vote per 1000 reputation, to a maximum of 30 delete votes
  • At least 10 general moderator flag votes per day per user with 15 or more reputation.
    • One additional general moderator flag vote per every 1k of reputation or 20 flag-weight, up to a maximum of 100.
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