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detemining what version of clipper you have?

detemining what version of clipper you have?

detemining what version of clipper you have?

(OP)
I have an executable that I have been asked to review for possible editing.  I have worked with clipper a bit before, but it has been a while.  The compiled program is an *.exe but is there anyway to determine what version of clipper I have.  I am trying to determine if I should get CA-clipper 5.3 to work on it with. Any suggestions?

RE: detemining what version of clipper you have?

(OP)
Thanks that did the trick.  Reported clipper 5.2 so 5.3 should be fine.

RE: detemining what version of clipper you have?

No problem, happy to help.
happy shades

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Griff
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RE: detemining what version of clipper you have?

You could try starting the program with a parameter of "//info" but get ready to press pause so you can read it.

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