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I have asked a question in Stack Overflow and another user edited it. But how do I know what all changes he made in my question?

I couldn't figure out his changes.

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For questions like these, click on "meta" on the top menu, or go to meta.stackoverflow.com – Brian Roach Mar 22 '11 at 6:04
    
there's a x minutes ago link that takes you to revisions page. But, I guess there should be an explicit link saying view revisions to see the revisions. x moments ago is not intuitive. – Nishant Mar 22 '11 at 6:17
    

You can see I have edited your question. You can see the changes by clicking on the x moments ago link next to edited

or

you can create the URL to revisions manually e.g. If your question URL is http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5387456 your revisions will be http://stackoverflow.com/posts/5387456/revisions

basically, http://stackoverflow.com/posts/[QUESTION_ID]/revisions

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