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I believe that the question What are some famous one-liner or two-liner programs and algorithms? on Stack Overflow was closed and has been reopened.

But no "edit history" link is available.

Change in policy, bug, something else?

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As a side note, this userscript will put a history link on every question/answer for this kind of scenario. – Tim Stone Nov 8 '10 at 0:33
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I believe the "edited" link only shows up if the post has been edited, even though it records and closes/re-openings. You can still see the revisions list.

The close and re-open also show up in timeline.

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