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What is this "100% accept rate" that appears under my name and avatar?
What does it mean?
I was unable to find a reference to it in the back-end of this site.

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Check that out, two edits but it says 4 revisions – random Nov 16 '09 at 5:19
Your revisions are worth more random. :) I wonder if it counts the migration from SO to here as 1? Not sure on the other 1. – Dan McGrath Nov 16 '09 at 6:17
Ok, random, counting: posting question (1), turn into CW during 5 minutes period (2), migrated to Meta (3), your edit (4). Easy, isn't it ;) Counting is like compiling statistics... – Ladybug Killer Nov 16 '09 at 8:19
@Smithers Looks like the maths is strong in you. – random Nov 16 '09 at 8:38

You have accepted answers for all of your questions, that have an answer. In your case for 62 out of 62.

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