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A comment made by me on 2010-09-28 20:01:56Z on the question http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3816446/how-can-i-safely-average-two-unsigned-ints-in-c received some upvotes. But, I think, they did get not included in my reputation. Is that possible? Is there any kind of log that I can check out?

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No, but there is a known/expected lack of background information in this question. –  XMLbog Sep 29 '10 at 20:34
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BTW, since you asked about a log, check here: stackoverflow.com/reputation –  user27414 Sep 30 '10 at 15:04

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up vote 4 down vote accepted

Now that you have provided some background and a link, it is obvious that you are referring to a comment of yours rather than an answer.

While you do get reputation for upvotes on your answers (and questions), upvotes on your comments do not gain you any rep, ever. As Grace Note mentioned, there is a comment voting FAQ, where it is expressly stated that:

  • No reputation of any kind is earned or lost from comment votes, though the Pundit badge is awarded to those who left 10 comments with score of 10 or more.
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