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How does “Reputation” work on Stack Overflow?

I've tried to search for this and apologise if I've missed it, but I can't find the exact scoring table for reputation points.

For example, 2 for asking, 10 for correct answer, 1 for upvote, etc.

Again apologies because I'm sure it's here somewhere.

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marked as duplicate by random, John Rudy, Troggy, Ether, Jeff Atwood Dec 21 '09 at 6:58

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Your answer lies here: meta.stackexchange.com/questions/7237/… – random Nov 7 '09 at 2:42
    
thanks for that random – user132178 Nov 7 '09 at 2:53

For meta.stackoverflow, Stack Overflow, Super User and Server Fault. Currently they are all the same, but in theory at least I believe the reputation gains (and losses) could be different between the sites.

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