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RevisionNumber Method (ISldWorks)

Gets the version number of the SolidWorks executable.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Function RevisionNumber() As String
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As ISldWorks
Dim value As String
value = instance.RevisionNumber()
string RevisionNumber()
String^ RevisionNumber(); 

Return Value

Application revision number string in the form major.minor.minor



For all SolidWorks executables prior to the initial release of SolidWorks 2000, this method returns 1.0.0. For the initial release of SolidWorks 2000, this method returns 8.0.0. For SolidWorks 2000 SP1, this method returns 8.1.0, and each successive service pack of SolidWorks 2000 increments the leftmost decimal portion of the return value. Each successive major release increments the portion of the return value to the left of the decimal point and the initial release of each has a decimal value of 0.0. For example, the initial release of SolidWorks 2005 returns 13.0.0 whereas SolidWorks 2005 SP0.1 returns 13.0.1 and SolidWorks 2005 SP1 returns 13.1.0.

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