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Source code

The source code for this book is copyrighted freeware, distributed via the Web site The copyright prevents you from republishing the code in print media without permission, but you are granted the right to use it in many other situations (see below).

The code is available in a zipped file, designed to be extracted for any platform that has a “zip” utility (most do; you can search the Internet to find a version for your platform if you don’t already have one installed). In the starting directory where you unpacked the code you will find the following copyright notice:

//:! :Copyright.txt
Copyright (c) 2000, Bruce Eckel
Source code file from the book "Thinking in C++"
All rights reserved EXCEPT as allowed by the
following statements: You can freely use this file
for your own work (personal or commercial),
including modifications and distribution in
executable form only. Permission is granted to use
this file in classroom situations, including its
use in presentation materials, as long as the book
"Thinking in C++" is cited as the source. 
Except in classroom situations, you cannot copy
and distribute this code; instead, the sole
distribution point is 
(and official mirror sites) where it is
available for free. You cannot remove this
copyright and notice. You cannot distribute
modified versions of the source code in this
package. You cannot use this file in printed
media without the express permission of the
author. Bruce Eckel makes no representation about
the suitability of this software for any purpose.
It is provided "as is" without express or implied
warranty of any kind, including any implied
warranty of merchantability, fitness for a
particular purpose, or non-infringement. The entire
risk as to the quality and performance of the
software is with you. Bruce Eckel and the
publisher shall not be liable for any damages
suffered by you or any third party as a result of
using or distributing this software. In no event 
will Bruce Eckel or the publisher be liable for 
any lost revenue, profit, or data, or for direct,
indirect, special, consequential, incidental, or
punitive damages, however caused and regardless of
the theory of liability, arising out of the use of
or inability to use software, even if Bruce Eckel
and the publisher have been advised of the
possibility of such damages. Should the software
prove defective, you assume the cost of all
necessary servicing, repair, or correction. If you
think you've found an error, please submit the
correction using the form you will find at (Please use the same
form for non-code errors found in the book.)

You may use the code in your projects and in the classroom as long as the copyright notice is retained.

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