Re: Fwd Question: Disclaimer?
One of my guys
says that there is a standard text for a
"Disclaimer" file, and wants to use no other text but
this mystery paragraph. The text gives some
basic warning, and he seems to think that it is a
fairly well-used paragraph within the computer
industry. He believes that the text reads: File is
created by machine, there is no warranty, and
make no changes to the computer generated file.
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Fwd Question: Disclaimer?: From: Anonymous Poster
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