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one way to find the type of edition is looking on the title bar of the browser window. Is there any other way to find it out? though it is very basic question, but i need to know it.

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Click on Your Name -> Setup -> Administration Setup.
Top of the loaded page you can see which edition you are using. enter image description here.

Removed the WSDL checking option to identifying the Salesforce edition based on @KeithC's comment. Checking at the Administration Setup is the best option to identify the edition.

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FYI, I don't see the edition name in the Enterprise WSDL. (In the header comment there is information about the packages referenced including namespace and version.) – Keith C Apr 2 '14 at 9:13
Agreed @KeithC. I think it's a misunderstanding the Enterprise Web Services API Version xx.x statement. I'll edit my answer – highfive Apr 2 '14 at 9:19

Once you have successfully logged onto SFDC ORG, the browser window/tab title ( - will provide you with the edition like Developer, Enterprise, Unlimited, etc. you have logged in.

For Firefox (refer below)

enter image description here

For IE (refer below) enter image description here

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... the questioner asked for a way other than this. – Keith C Apr 2 '14 at 9:37
Sorry Keith... overlooked... – Rob Apr 2 '14 at 9:45
@Baskaran, you can issue the soql and find it . "SELECT OrganizationType FROM Organization" – Rob Apr 2 '14 at 9:57

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