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This Question over at SO was closed and moved to SU, which is perfectly fine.

But now it still lives on as a zombie in SO and I can't accept anything, vote to delete it, or do anything else.

I wouldn't have brought up this and would have let it live its un-life, if it was for the question alone. But since the accept rate is displayed, this silly question spoils my rate, and that for no good reason.

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up vote 11 down vote accepted

This is the question "hurting" your acceptance rate. Questions that are closed, CW or not 3 days old are excluded from the calculation for acceptance rate. Additionally as TheTXI suggests, a 100% acceptance rate is not important at all, your acceptance rate as is, suggests you will generally accept an answer.

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Thanks! I made a mistake calculating the rate, never should tell anyone my scientific background :-( – Boldewyn Sep 28 '09 at 7:42

You shouldn't be attaching so much importance to your Acceptance Rate to begin with. I would personally look upon someone with a super high acceptance rate as someone who is willing to accept any answer rather than waiting for the right answer or one that actually works.

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