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Knowing version of a C++ Builder 3 application

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How can I know by source code, which Major, Minor and Build number is my C++ Builder 3 application.
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There is a predefined pre-processor macro (#define) called __BORLANDC__.  It contains the version number in Hex.  

If you have questions on how to use it let me know.
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