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users have a title and body in their social networking website

using php, pdo with mysql

if they change their title and/or body  then

columns id,profile_id, timestamp, title, body.  If body,title is different save a new title,body
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Just run a normal update.
If they changed it then it will be updated, if they didn't change it then it will be the same as before.
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by:rgb192
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not what I was thinking because I want historical values

but you answered the question I wrote: which was update

thanks
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