Category : Assembly Language Source Code
Archive   : PSZ80A13.ZIP
Filename : COMRCIAL.USE

 
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Commercial Use Information


Disclaimer:

PseudoSam 80z is distributed as is, with no guarantee that it
will work correctly in all situations. In no event will the
Author be liable for any damages, including lost profits,
lost savings or other incidental or consequential damages
arising out of the use of or inability to use these
programs, even if the Author has been advised of the
possibility of such damages, or for any claim by any other
party.

Copyright Information:

The entire PseudoSam 80z distribution package, consisting of
the main program, documentation files, and various data and
utility files, is copyright (c) 1986,87 by PseudoCode.

The author reserves the exclusive right to distribute this
package, or any part thereof, for profit. You may obtain a
license to distribute this package commercially by executing
the commercial distribution license agreement, and paying the
license fee. (form follows)

The name "PseudoSam (tm)", applied to an assembler
program, is a trade mark of the PseudoCode company.

PseudoSam version 1.x.xx and various subsidiary files may be
copied freely by individuals for non commercial purposes. It
is expected that those who find the package useful will
purchase the update service.
ONLY UNMODIFIED VERSIONS DISPLAYING THE AUTHORS COPYRIGHT
MAY BE COPIED.

Non-profit user groups and clubs are authorized to distribute
PseudoSam software under the following conditions:

1. No charge is made for the software or documentation. A
nominal copying fee may be charged, provided that
it is no more than $5 total.

2. Recipients are to be informed of the user-supported
software concept, and encouraged to support it.

3. The program and documentation are not modified in ANY
way, and are distributed together.


Distribution of PseudoSam 80z outside the United States is through
licensed distributors, on a royalty basis. Interested
distributors are invited to contact PseudoCode.



Educational Use:

Educational institutions are free to use this software
in their classes and are encouraged to distribute this
package to their students, however inorder to receive
periodic updates and technical assistance the appropriate
department must remit the license fee. Also a staff
member must be assigned to clear all trouble reports before
forwarding them to PseudoCode.






********Commercial Distribution Agreement********

Please add me to the list of registered PseudoSam 80z distributors, and
send me the most recent version. I understand that registration entitles
me to distribute this package freely on an "as is" basis to purchasers
of my products. I further understand that I may not make a specific or
additional charge for this package. I may however advertise the package
as free software. I fully understand that the distributed software
must be clearly labeled as follows:

Complementary Software
Distributed "AS IS"
PseudoCode
P.O. Box 1423
Newport News, VA 23601



I understand that this agreement entitles me to one year of distribution
rights and free updates.

Note that version 1.2.02 requires DOS 2 (or later) and 256K.

Computer Model: ____________________________________

Diskette format: Total Memory: _______K
(256K required)
__ doubled sided/DOS 2

Check one:
___ I enclose a check for $30
(PseudoCode pays sales tax for VA orders)

Where did you hear about PseudoSam 80z? ________________________________

Name: _______________________________________________________

Address: _______________________________________________________

City, State, Zip: ______________________________________________

Signature_______________________ Date_________________

================================================================

Send order form with check or money order payable to PseudoCode to:
(Qualified PO's will be billed.)

Attention: Registration PseudoCode
P.O. Box 1423
Newport News, VA 23601






********Commercial Distribution Agreement********


Please add me to the list of registered PseudoSam distributors, and
send me the most recent version. I understand that registration entitles
me to distribute this package freely on an "as is" basis to purchasers
of my products. I further understand that I may not make a specific or
additional charge for this package. I may however advertise the package
as free software. I fully understand that the distributed software
must be clearly labeled as follows:

Complementary Software
Distributed "AS IS"
PseudoCode
P.O. Box 1423
Newport News, VA 23601



I understand that this agreement entitles me to one year of distribution
rights and free updates for the entire PseudoSam family of products.


I note that version 1.2.02 requires DOS 2 (or later) and 256K.

Computer Model: ____________________________________

Diskette format: Total Memory: _______K
(256K required)
__ single sided/DOS 2(360k)

Check one:
___ I enclose a check or money order for $100
(shipping, handling, and Virginia sales tax for VA orders
is paid by PseudoCode).

Where did you hear about the PseudoSam family? ________________________

Name: _______________________________________________________

Address: _______________________________________________________

City, State, Zip: ______________________________________________

Signature_______________________ Date_________________

================================================================

Send order form with check or money order payable to PseudoCode to:
(Qualified PO's will be billed.)

Attention: Registration PseudoCode
P.O. Box 1423
Newport News, VA 23601


  3 Responses to “Category : Assembly Language Source Code
Archive   : PSZ80A13.ZIP
Filename : COMRCIAL.USE

  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

  2. This is so awesome! 😀 I’d be cool if you could download an entire archive of this at once, though.

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