# Thread: Bored? How many of your posts got a rep comment?

1. Originally Posted by EffEmDoubleyou
The problem is that you can get several reps on one post. So it's really not a true measure. To get the real number you have to manually go through and count how many unique posts received rep. The number you get this way is still a useful general measure of how much rep you get, but it's really not a measure of what percentage of your posts are repped.
Oh ffs! (I used it! Yay!) - an estimate is good enough, you're talking about doing work... pfft!

2. Originally Posted by Athenian200
Wrong.

It's a much simpler calculation. Divide your post count by the number of reps received.
okay yeah that's what i kinda did in my head...and got 10% and really it's 9.21...so...a bit off but whatever!!! omg! i don't care!!

3. So how many people are using this thread as an excuse to spam rep points? I know I am...

4. I just divide number of reps recieved by post count and do some moving of the decimal point over a couple.

5. Originally Posted by shortnsweet
I just divide number of reps recieved by post count and do some moving of the decimal point over a couple.
Which would be (reps/posts)*100 -

6. Originally Posted by shortnsweet
I just divide number of reps recieved by post count and do some moving of the decimal point over a couple.

THAT'S the method I was thinking of, but I got it backwards because I haven't done math in a while. I forgot that order is important in subtraction and division, but not in multiplication or addition.

Apparently my actual number is 10.44% My first one was wrong.

7. Originally Posted by stigmatica
Which would be (reps/posts)*100 -
NO. Its reps/posts and then move the decimal until you get a number that looks normal.

8. Originally Posted by stigmatica
Which would be (reps/posts)*100 -
Exactly, which was basically my method. Athenian's method left out the multiplying.

9. Costrin is spamming my rep comments.

10. yes you are.

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