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What does the number "0" mean next to your user name and how do you make it higher?
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Extreme1125

Please tell me I'm curious.

Answered by PattanAhmed [earned 5 cycles]
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MayFly404
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PattanAhmed

@DylanLange Hi,
It's not necessary to be 0 every time, someone will have more and someone will be having less.
It's called Cycles!
I am thinking that you are wondering what are Cycles, Right?
If so then, Cycles == are nothing except Repl.it points that are currently of no use...

You will get them if someone Upvotes your post or comment
Here you will earn 1 cycle in this case
01

Or

if you answer someone's question and that guy will mark your answer to that question you will earn 5 cycles
01

That's it.
Thanks!

Hope this helps

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Coder100

They are called cycles. They are meaningless, but here's a cycle for you!

Also, if people mark your answer as the correct one, you get 5 cycles.

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ironblockhd

You get them like this lol

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ComputingSquid

It is cycles. It means how many upvotes plus 5* However many times someone marked your answer as correct. It judges also where you are on the leaderboard

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ComputingSquid

@DylanLange
Mark this answer correct if it helped you?
By clicking the little check mark near my post and click award

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Bookie0

hi there,

those are cycles; meaningless internet points.

To make them higher: You get them when people upvote your posts or comments

Screen Shot 2020-09-01 at 11.19.05 AM

or select your answer as the correct one (you then get 5 cycles)

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Like I said, they dont mean anything but repl.it plans to add some use to them maybe later.
But you don't have to worry much about them ;)