Version numbers have the format Major.Minor[.Micro] (X.X[.X]), where the .Micro portion MAY be omitted.
(If the .Micro portion is not omitted, then it defaults to zero). In addition, each portion of the version number is allowed a maximum of two decimal digits (i.e., 0-99). Version numbers are described in the the Java(TM)
Product Versioning Specification http://java.sun.com/products/jdk/1.2...ification.html
For example, 1.0.0 can be used to specify the first version of a MIDlet suite. For each portion of the version
number, leading zeros are not significant. For example, 08 is equivalent to 8. Also, 1.0 is equivalent to 1.0.0.
However, 1.1 is equivalent to 1.1.0, and not 1.0.1.
A missing MIDlet-Version tag is assumed to be 0.0.0, which means that any non-zero version number is
considered as a newer version of the MIDlet suite.