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I have exceeded the daily rep limit. Why is this possible, not that I am complaining. :)

If I look at today, in SO I see 218, a couple up voted answers, accepted answer and a down vote.

Can someone please explain.

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By "today" you mean you actually clicked the "today", right? – mmyers Mar 31 '10 at 21:56
    
Yes, under my account. – Dustin Laine Mar 31 '10 at 21:58
    
You can also check this question: meta.stackexchange.com/questions/43830/… – Lipis Mar 31 '10 at 22:09
up vote 2 down vote accepted

You've got 228 with 4 accepted answers and 1 downvote. Actually, you need another 32 points to even hit the rep limit, now that the +15 from accepted answers is immune.

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That is what I was missing, I did not know that accepted answers were immune. Is there a way to see your actual applied rep, or do you just exclude the accepted answer items? Thanks – Dustin Laine Mar 31 '10 at 22:04
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@durilai - there's always the rep report: stackoverflow.com/reputation – Marc Gravell Mar 31 '10 at 22:10
    
@Durilai, there use to be a reputation break-down page during the Great Recalc, but it seems to have disappeared. edit: @Marc, oh there it is. – Earlz Mar 31 '10 at 22:12
    
That has the accepted answers also, so just a manual exclusion. More curious than anything. Thanks – Dustin Laine Mar 31 '10 at 22:12

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