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Is there any way to view your own "comment karma", that is, how many total upvotes I have on my comments?

I'm not looking for reputation or anything for comments, it just seems that I'd never know my comment had been upvoted unless I keep checking back on questions I have commented against.

It would also be kinda nice to see a total count of how many comments I've made, especially since a few of the badges are linked to comment counts and upvotes on comments.

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You might be interested in I used to be, but then I got my pundit badge ;) – Dominic Rodger Mar 15 '10 at 6:21
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You can run the following query if you have SQL Server Management Studio, or you can run that query on StackQL:

To see Comments sorted by Score

select * from comments where userid=YourUserID order by score desc

To see count of comments that are eligible for Pundit

select count(*) from comments where userid=YourUserID and score > 9 
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Dude I didn't even know about StackQL! Really neat. – bobobobo Apr 3 '10 at 19:09

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