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I deleted some posts that have down votes. Will reputation from these posts be considered when calculating the reputation for that day?

Will the upvotes/downvotes on deleted posts be considered regarding the 200 reputation mark (to get Legendary badge) for that day?

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When the recalculation happens, you will get that reputation back from the deleted posts (as if they never happened). If you want, you can manually trigger a recalculation here.

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There is no need to manually recalc any more. Changes in reputation should be done automatically within a few minutes of the change occuring. – Matt Jun 13 '12 at 15:47
    
I have updated my post to make more clear what I want to know. – Romil Kumar Jain Jun 13 '12 at 15:50
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@Romil - You don't need to trigger the manual recalculation anymore, but the audit page Oleksi linked does tell you at the bottom "earned at least 200 reputation on x days" – Kevin Jun 14 '12 at 3:41

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