Application objects derive from file objects. Therefore, application objects inherit all of the properties of the file object. This means that you can inspect properties such as 'modification time' or 'Product Version' of an application just as you would a file. See the properties of a file object for a complete list of these. The real power and primary purpose of the application object is their creation. The creation methods are optimized in anticipation of the importance of this object.
Note: See File' for a list of the Application properties. Folder and file names may be case sensitive. Use "as uppercase" or "as lowercase" if you don't know the actual case when making comparisons. For Windows versions of these inspectors, a properly installed application will register itself with the operating system. It does this by creating a registry sub-key usually named after the executable. The regapp inspector uses the default value of this sub-key as a string that is the full pathname of the executable.
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