# My submission

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I  submitted a paper to Physicsoverflow  entitled "A complex limit cycle not intersecting the real plane". But I can not find  my  submission. I would  appreciate if  you help me to  understand the  submission processes. Should i find it in my profile or  some  where else? In my profile I  do not find a part "submitted papers'.

My apology in advance if my  question is  elementary.

asked Apr 20, 2019 in Support
recategorized Apr 22, 2019

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I assigned you as author to the submission, so it appears now in the submissions panel of your profile

https://www.physicsoverflow.org/user/AliTaghavi%28Math%29/submissions

and you will earn the rep from votes on the submission.

answered Apr 22, 2019 by (6,040 points)

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