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Is there any limit beyond which the oldest edits are cleaned off automatically from Stack Overflow's database?

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@Lix here's one with 175 revisions – Some Helpful Commenter Jul 12 '12 at 14:44
@Lix yeah I realized that after I commented. I was just in a hurry to point out the most heavily revised post. Incidentally this post has 328 – Some Helpful Commenter Jul 12 '12 at 14:53
You could conceivably make some number of edits (rate limited) under the 5 minute mark which would all be coalesced into one edit. In this case, whatever that N may be, you could make more physical edits than we would be aware of. – user7116 Jul 12 '12 at 14:55
up vote 5 down vote accepted

As far as I know there is no limit to the number of edits that can be made to a post.

However, if you make too many then the post converts to community wiki and you'll no longer get any reputation changes from votes on the post.

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+1: ok, I accept the answer, unless someone states for sure the contrary...:) – A_nto2 Jul 12 '12 at 10:23

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