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I have used a command dir /b/o:n >mydllname.txt
by using it i have found all dlls name in text file,but i also want to get version of each dll with respect to dll name,by using command prompt.Is there any tricks or logic to get list of all dlls of a folder with their version?
Posted 29-May-13 22:36pm
Edited 29-May-13 22:41pm

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Depending on the exact OS you are using, you may want to look at FileVer.exe[^] from Microsoft (for XP - there may be later version(s) for 7 and 8, but I haven't looked)
i}{ Raaz! }{i at 30-May-13 6:05am
yes, i have read that article,but it's for XP, right there is no version for windows 7 and 8.
Anything else??
i}{ Raaz! }{i at 30-May-13 6:43am
I checked it again on XP, and it's working as i expected.

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