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Default Updated Wrox Code Reuse Policy

We've updated the Wrox Code reuse policy in our code FAQs page to make it clearer that we really do want you to be able to use the code examples from our books in your applications with as few restrictions as possible. Please see the FAQ for the full policy.
We've also made it easier to find the Code FAQ and the code reuse policy in it by adding a link to the code FAQ in the "More Wrox Resources" link box on most Wrox.com pages.

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You know what ... that was one of the shortest, simplest and fairest sounding statements I've seen! Sounds perfectly reasonable to me ... use it, acknowledge us and don't blame us! :-)
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OK ! then I'm going to give it a try .. though i kn ow nothing happens overnight yet its quick overview will tell all itself..
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