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Old 09-06-2007, 10:14 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Maybe a dumb question but is version 4.2.2.66 newer or older than version 4.2.2.148

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I always thought the first of the last digits was indicative of a newer release...as in the 6 in the 66 was higher than the 1 in 148...or is it just linear...the 148 is higher than the 66? Thanks!
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The .148 is higher than the .66
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But .148 < .66

All joking aside, for software the rule is that if the number is higher then it's newer. Forget the decimal point because it's not representative of that. So, like ^^^ said 148 is higher then 66.

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Confuses me! Throw out all your math.
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It's not even a decimal point. It's just a dot to separate groups of numbers.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by tricky_ott View Post
It's not even a decimal point. It's just a dot to separate groups of numbers.
That's why I said this...

Quote:
Originally Posted by JRSCCivic98 View Post
Forget the decimal point because it's not representative of that.
so obviously this sentence implies that the "decimal point" in this case (based on what the OP was thinking) is actually NOT a decimal point.

Thanks for playing. Are you more confused now, because I gots more.

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