Source Code

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Source Code. The human readable version of a software program that requires compilation or other manipulations before it can be executed by a computer and all corresponding source documentation, including application programming interface specifications, database scripts, release notes and build procedures.
Source Code. Of RMSS Software shall mean a copy of the source code (or comparable high level coding) for the RMSS Software, if and to the extent RMSS has or retains any such code, including any annotations therein, certified by RMSS to Licensee, upon delivery to Licensee, as an accurate copy of such source code for RMSS Software as RMSS has in its possession.
Source Code. Of RMSS Software shall mean a copy of the source code (or comparable high level coding) for the RMSS Software, including any annotations therein, certified by RMSS to Licensee, upon each prospective delivery to Licensee (if any), as a complete and accurate copy of source code corresponding to the RMSS Software as last delivered or otherwise made available in object code by RMSS (whether in pieces or in an integrated whole).
Source Code. The software programs and supporting files which can be used to create Object Code and/or Executable Binary, and that are written using human readable formats including, but not limited to, high-level languages such as C or intermediate languages such as assembler. Source code also means auto-generated source code which is created by a software tool, which is then subject to assembly, compilation or further processing to create an Executable Binary
Source Code. Means the instructions for computer programs and applications that are designed to be readable by the human eye, which when compiled or otherwise altered become usable by a computer. Source Code includes all related diagrams, flow charts, and programmers notes.
Source Code. The human readable form of Object Code and related system documentation, including comments, procedural language and material useful for understanding, implementing and maintaining such instructions (for example, logic manuals, flow charts and principles of operation).
Source Code. Computer programs written in higher-level programming languages, sometimes accompanied by English language comments. Source Code is intelligible to trained programmers and may be translated to Object Code for operation on computer equipment through the process of compiling or assembling. No source code license is granted hereunder.
Source Code. The human-readable version of a software program that requires further compilation or other processing before it can execute on a computer.
Source Code. Means all source code and all updates, releases and/or new versions of the Software.
Source Code. The source code for the Software, whether in printed, machine readable, and any other form and including all existing comments, and all test suites and technical and other documentation reasonably necessary for a reasonably skilled programmer to understand and use the source code. "Source Code" shall include the product of all programming and work performed
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