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I have an answer that has been voted up to a reasonable level, which I take to mean it was a positive contribution. But there has been one vote to delete. How do I figure out the reason for a vote to delete? There are no comments.

Is there a term that describes straight 8ths / 16ths vs swing?

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One sentence answers are frowned upon. That was the case with your answer pre edit. Chances are good that was what the problem was.

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Without a comment to tell you, you don't know. All you can tell is that someone disagreed with the post, or the way it was written.

Having read the post, I would probably have to agree with the delete vote - compare your post with Dom's post, which provides a bit of explanation. Yours seems to be more of comment.

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Like Dr said, you can't see the person(s) who cast the delete votes. This goes for all the votes here on the SE sites. You cannot see who upvoted/downvoted a post. Not even mods can see.

  • I have no interest in the identity of the deletion proponent -- I was just scratching my head about the reason. I went with Mayhem's conjecture, that the answer was too much like a comment, and have tried to make it more like an answer. – aparente001 Aug 3 '15 at 15:01

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