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Auto Version update

We have a version for every file like RHZ 1.0 / Ver 1.4.2 etc.
Whenever I place a new file with same file name i want the version to get auto upgraded. So can anyone suggest code..

RHX 1.0 -> RHZ 1.1
Ver 1.4.2. -> Ver 1.4.3
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