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BOOK Beginning Lua Programming ISBN: 978-0-470-06917-2
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Hello!
First, I want to say a big thanks for this book, I've found many things what I didn't know earlier :)
Now I am working on a similar book: Introducing to Lua programming and building user interfaces with wxLua. This would be a hungarian book. I want to get information about copyrights: if I use sample(s) from this book, that brakes the law (of course with marking the source like: this example comes from the Beginning Lua Programming by Kurt Jung, Aaron Brown). This is correct, or I should write other samples? I want to use mainly the coroutine samples. I hope You can help me in this.
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Right. You can't use the samples in another book even with attribution. If you are interested in licensing the sample, email me (my forum username @wiley.com) and I'll put you in touch with the licensing department.

Glad you like the book and thanks for checking with us on this.
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I sent my e-mail two times now, and you haven't answered it yet. Did you get it?
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