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On the following page you will have direct, free access to DCAL macro source code subject to the terms outlined below. All of the source code made available on this site is the copyrighted material of the program author(s). Some routines represent a days work, and some routines such as the AEC_MODL macro represent twelve or more man-months of work by programmers, product specialists, and technical writers.
As a potential developer of new DCAL macros, we encourage you to download the available source code libraries so that you may benefit by learning from the work of others. You are also encouraged to submit your own work for the benefit of all DCAL programmers.
We thank you in advance for your participation.
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