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hustxinxin March 14, 2012 08:47

Pirated edition of CFX
 
Excuse me, I have no authorised editions of CFX, but a priated one. May I use all the system functions in CFX User Fortran such as "CONVERT_NAME_S2U"? Did CFX limit permissions of piracy user?

tauqirnawaz March 14, 2012 08:57

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Originally Posted by hustxinxin (Post 349393)
Excuse me, I have no authorised editions of CFX, but a priated one. May I use all the system functions in CFX User Fortran such as "CONVERT_NAME_S2U"? Did CFX limit permissions of piracy user?

Please excuse us, it is highly unethical to use Pirated versions of any software and you should not be posting these questions on community page.

Lance March 14, 2012 09:14

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Originally Posted by tauqirnawaz (Post 349397)
Please excuse us, it is highly unethical to use Pirated versions of any software and you should not be posting these questions on community page.

At least s/he is polite, "Excuse me" :)
But to hustxinxin, get a proper license or f*ck off. You wont get any help here.

hustxinxin March 14, 2012 10:18

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Originally Posted by Lance (Post 349401)
At least s/he is polite, "Excuse me" :)
But to hustxinxin, get a proper license or f*ck off. You wont get any help here.


I'm sorry here! I'm only a student, and just wanted to learn CFX code. I had no any commerical purpose:o

Far March 14, 2012 10:25

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Excuse me, I have no authorised editions of CFX, but a priated one. May I use all the system functions in CFX User Fortran such as "CONVERT_NAME_S2U"? Did CFX limit permissions of piracy user?
It depends how much functionality is given in that particular license file. You need to try.

ghorrocks March 14, 2012 17:23

ANSYS has student versions of CFX available at no or little cost. I recommend you get one of these so you can then learn the software legitimately.

hustxinxin March 14, 2012 21:09

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Originally Posted by ghorrocks (Post 349491)
ANSYS has student versions of CFX available at no or little cost. I recommend you get one of these so you can then learn the software legitimately.

Thank you very much! It's very kind of you!:)


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