on 05/03/02 01:23, Mietek at mietek_at_icpnet.pl wrote:
>> Date: Mon, 04 Mar 2002 21:30:18 -0500
>> Subject: Re: [NTLK] Device Dependant Code Question
>> From: Laurent Daudelin <nemesys_at_cox.rr.com>
>> Unless the application uses native functions (compiled code), it is
>> certainly possible to make the application "forget" about checking the
>> Newton serial number, which I presume is the Newton internal number you're
>> referring to.
>> copy protection n.: A class of methods for preventing incompetent pirates
>> from stealing software and legitimate customers from using it. Considered
> I've never seen a more fitting signature. Was that a coincidence,
> Laurent? :)
Yep, pretty much a coincidence!!!
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