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nCode Programmers Toolkit Trial 64 bit (nctrial64.exe, 26,721 KB)
This is the nCode desktop software for Windows, including the nCode Configuration Utility.  This package contains documentation and working, fully commented source code for the nCode Programmers Toolkit.  This package is recommended for everyone because it provides useful information about how to configure and use nCode and it allows you to explore nCode's capabilities interactively on your desktop.  System Requirements: Windows 7, Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2008 or later.  Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0 required.  50MB of hard disk space.
nCode Web Services for Windows Trial 64 bit (nCodeServer4Setup64.exe, 33,258 KB)
This is the nCode Web Services Edition v4, 64 bit trial software. nCodeServer4 WCF Service Host, our Web Services Edition for Microsoft Windows 64bit, runs as a Windows service. This build employs the nCode Toolkit version 12.3 as its underlying address quality engine. This package also includes a trial reference database, and sample code that demonstrate how to use nCode Web Services. System Requirements: Windows 7, Windows 10, Windows 8 / 8.1, Windows Server 2008 / 2012 or later; 64 bit. The .NET Framework versions required is 4.0 or later. IIS 7, IIS 7.5, IIS 8.0 or later required. 50MB of hard disk space.

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