Thank you MrFlibble. Some interesting information there! I have Quake 1.06d or something like that. I just know it is 1.06 at least. However I am not going to release it since it came from the authentic disc instead of online.
Along the lines of version numbers some authors for instance myself do not always put version numbers in there new releases. You have to figure that out by the filename or the actual workings of the program itself.
For instance, this updated version of my clocker actually tells you how close you are to estimated MS-DOS speed. However the version number is not listed so if you would use the previous version you would think it is identical until you look closer.
http://www.mediafire.com/download/3m7i6 ... NDDAY3.BAK
http://www.mediafire.com/download/2wf0z ... NDDAY3.EXE
http://www.mediafire.com/download/aeijh ... NDDAY3.OBJ
This bases its calculation on MS-DOS running on a system that is about 25mhz.
So if you could match the values closely or even it is running approximately 25mhz.
In mathematical sciences, the word "approximately" gives subtle leeway however not much.
Thank you God for an interesting version and so on!
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