Arduino License Agreement

Visuino (software) users must accept these licensing conditions. If you refuse to accept the terms of the license, you cannot use this software and you have the right to return it within 30 days of the purchase date and get your money back. For your convenience, a copy of this license agreement is stored on your system during installation. 1. Whenever you distribute the work or collection or perform it publicly, the licensee offers the recipient a license for the work on the same terms as the license granted to you under that license. 2. Each time you distribute or customize, the licensee offers the recipient a license for the original work on the same terms as the license granted to you under that license. 3. If a provision of this licence is invalid or unenforceable under existing legislation, it does not affect the validity or applicability of the other conditions of this licence and, without further action by the parties to this agreement, that provision is reformed as far as possible to make that provision applicable and applicable. 4.

No clause or provision of this certificate is deemed repealed and no violation is accepted, unless such a waiver or consent is signed in writing and by the party to be debited from such a waiver or consent. 5. This licence represents the entire agreement between the parties regarding the work authorized here. There is no agreement, agreement or assurance regarding the work that is not mentioned here. The licensee is not bound by additional provisions that may appear in a press release from you. This license cannot be changed without the reciprocal written consent of the licensee and you. Six of them. The rights conferred and attached to this licence were established using the terminology of the Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works (amended on 28 September 1979), the 1961 Rome Convention, the 1996 WIPO Copyright Treaty, the WIPO Treaty on Interpretations and Phonograms of 1996 and Universal Copyright. These rights and subjects come into force in the competent jurisdiction, in which the conditions of licence must be applied in accordance with the relevant provisions of the implementation of these provisions of the treaty in applicable national law.

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