Some articles on version, versions:
... Apart from the commercial version of the program, there is also a version which is free for personal and academic use ... Three features of the Professional version not present in the Lite version are advanced search (Omni-Finder), full Unicode support and robust transfer ... As of July 2007, an official portable version of the xplorer² pro is available for use from an external storage device only ...
... summer of 1978, when Knuth was developing his first version of TeX ... The first version of TeX was written in the SAIL programming language to run on a PDP-10 under Stanford's WAITS operating system ... For later versions of TeX, Knuth invented the concept of literate programming, a way of producing compilable source code and cross-linked documentation typeset in ...
... About halfway through the production of this version, many dollar values doubled (possibly to reflect inflation) ... This description focuses on the later version with the larger dollar amounts ... The late 1980s version also replaced the familiar convertibles from earlier versions with Chrysler-esque minivans ...
... A Microsoft Windows version of the program, called WinPenguins, has been developed by Michael Vines ...
... cartography (Istituto Geografico Militare - IGM) on-line version www.pcn.minambiente.it French official cartography (Institut Géographique National - IGN) on-line version www.geoportail.fr Swiss ...
More definitions of "version":
- (noun): A written work (as a novel) that has been recast in a new form.
- (noun): An interpretation of a matter from a particular viewpoint.
Example: "His version of the fight was different from mine"
- (noun): Manual turning of a fetus in the uterus (usually to aid delivery).
- (noun): Something a little different from others of the same type.
Example: "An experimental version of the night fighter"
Synonyms: variant, variation, edition
Famous quotes containing the word version:
“If the only new thing we have to offer is an improved version of the past, then today can only be inferior to yesterday. Hypnotised by images of the past, we risk losing all capacity for creative change.”
—Robert Hewison (b. 1943)
“Truth cannot be defined or tested by agreement with the world; for not only do truths differ for different worlds but the nature of agreement between a world apart from it is notoriously nebulous. Ratherspeaking loosely and without trying to answer either Pilates question or Tarskisa version is to be taken to be true when it offends no unyielding beliefs and none of its own precepts.”
—Nelson Goodman (b. 1906)
“It is never the thing but the version of the thing:
The fragrance of the woman not her self,
Her self in her manner not the solid block,
The day in its color not perpending time,
Time in its weather, our most sovereign lord,
The weather in words and words in sounds of sound.”
—Wallace Stevens (18791955)