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I have a problem one of the users who asked awhile ago about something related to SQL injection. I provided an answer for his problem, and some solutions, but he did not accept my answer nor did he accept any other users' answers. Yesterday, someone opened a bounty on that question, to give my answer there some respect (it's really a good answer).

I want to know if I can be awarded that 500 pt. bounty even though the asker has not accepted my answer. The relevant question and answer can be found here.

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Of course, otherwise what's the reason of bounties? There are many questions with users, with their answer not accepted, get a bounty, for example (they're only for Python as I searched for Python):

What are metaclasses in Python?

Relative imports in Python 3

How do I lowercase a string in Python?

Of course, anyone can get the bounty.

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    It's really not that trivial. By default, bounty is awarded to the accepted answer. – Shadow 10 Years Wizard Jul 11 '19 at 9:45
  • @ShaWiz Not always tho – U10-Forward Jul 11 '19 at 9:45

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