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Under many questions asked on Stack Overflow people have posted comments. They are not the answers as we cant vote on them etc. They appear greyed out right below the question. How does a user post such a comment?

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marked as duplicate by Mat, Shadow Wizard, casperOne Mar 4 '12 at 19:26

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See stackoverflow.com/privileges –  dotoree Mar 4 '12 at 19:07

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You need a reputation of at least 50.


You can find more information on building up your reputation at:


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Once you have a certain reputation you are allowed to comment on people's answers. Reputation is explained in the FAQ.

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