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How do I check if it's win95/98 or winNT the application is running on when using Borland Builder 3.0?
I have a vague idea that there should be a Win API function called GETWINFLAGS or something but I am not able to find it..

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Try the GetVersionEx() procedure.

Let me know if you have any questions.
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There it is!
My memory is very good... But short...... :-)


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