What is the meaning of this rating for answering a question?
(+1 / -1)
It's simply that someone gives you a +1 vote when they like the answer and a -1 when they don't like or don't agree with what's said!
See, I voted weblog's answer up because I like it and I think it's a perfect answer. If you don't like the answer, in fact, if you think that the answer is not good or even unrelated, it happens, than you vote it down. But don't just vote it down without giving an explanation.
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