Foreword by Gordon Dodrill - March 16, 1987.
Coronado Enterprises Modula-2 Tutorial
This documentation and the accompanying software, including all of the example programs and text files, are protected under United States Copyright law to protect them from unauthorized commercialization. This entire tutorial is distributed under the "Freeware" concept which means that you are not required to pay for it. You are permitted to copy the disks in their entirety and pass them on to a friend or acquaintance. In fact, you are encouraged to do so. You are permitted to charge a small fee to cover the mechanical costs of duplication, but the software itself must be distributed free of charge, and in its entirety.
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Gordon Dodrill - March 16, 1987
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