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  1. In the present product I have version in the About section as 4 section one like (10.00.00.2456) And the version in other products I have version number like (97.000.2456 , 10.000.2345) Is there any UDF or function to convert 4 digit format to 3 digit one.? I need that for version comparison of different products.
  2. Hi, im trying to get the file version. "16.612.1119.0" This is what i did, and what i got. ConsoleWrite(FileGetVersion (@ScriptDir&"\SciTE4AutoIt3.exe", "FileVersion") &@CRLF) Result: ${MyVersion} What am i missing here?
  3. This is a simple and small console app, but it's been useful. When a software installation does not work, it allows me to compare file versions with a working installation. Usage: VnComp <Folder1> <Folder2> [-c] [-d] [-r] Folder1 is a folder for a software version that does not work right (UNC path OK) Folder2 is a folder for a software version that does work fine (UNC path OK) -c or /c: show files with same versions -d or /d: show files with different versions -r or /r: compare files in subfolders as well enjoy VnComp.au3
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