Source Code definition

Source Code for a work means the preferred form of the work for making modifications to it. “Object code” means any non-source form of a work.
Source Code means the human readable source code of the Software to which it relates, in the programming language in which the Software was written, together with all related flow charts and technical documentation, including a description of the procedure for generating object code, all of a level sufficient to enable a programmer reasonably fluent in such programming language to understand, build, operate, support, maintain and develop modifications, upgrades, updates, adaptations, enhancements, new versions and other derivative works and improvements of, and to develop computer programs compatible with, the Software.
Source Code means computer software and code, in form other than object code form, including related programmer comments and annotations, help text, data and data structures, instructions and procedural, object-oriented and other code, which may be printed out or displayed in human readable form.

Examples of Source Code in a sentence

  • XxxxxX agrees to enter into a separate Source Code Escrow Agreement with Data Securities International, Inc.

  • By disclosing the Source Code to an individual within Your organization, You assume any and all civil, financial and/or criminal responsibilities for all uses, or misuses of Source Code by any such employee, officer, representative, contractor or other third party.

  • You acknowledge and agree that the Source Code is confidential property of GC and that it contains valuable and proprietary trade secrets of GC.

  • The Source Code is not routinely delivered with all versions of the SOFTWARE and software product types, and in such case a Source Code License must be purchased separately.

  • You agree to make any and all commercially reasonable efforts to protect the confidentiality of the Source Code; and that such Source Code will only be disclosed to those within Your organization with a clear and definitive need to know, and that such individuals will be bound by terms of confidentiality that are no less in scope than those applicable to Your own confidential materials.

More Definitions of Source Code

Source Code means the database structures, dictionaries, definitions, program source files, and any other symbolic representations necessary for the compilation, execution, and subsequent maintenance of the Software (typically, but not exclusively, required for Custom Software).
Source Code means computer instructions and data definitions expressed in a form suitable for input into an assembler, compiler or other translator.
Source Code means computer programs and/or data in eye-readable form and in such form that it can be compiled or interpreted into equivalent binary code together with all technical information and documentation necessary for the use, reproduction, modification and enhancement of such software;]
Source Code means human-readable program statements written by a programmer or developer in a high-level or assembly language that are not directly readable by a computer and that need to be compiled into object code before they can be executed by a computer.
Source Code means software in human readable form normally used to make modifications to it including, but not limited to, comments and procedural code such as job control language and scripts to control compilation and installation.
Source Code means the programming instruction for a computer program in its original form, created by a programmer with a text editor or a visual programming tool and saved in a file.
Source Code means one or more statements in human readable form relating to Software and other source code, including comments, definitions and annotations, which are generally formed and organized to the syntax of a computer or programmable logic programming language, together with any and all text, data and data structures, diagrams, graphs, charts, presentations, manuals, instructions, procedures, and other information that describe the foregoing.