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Not to bore you or blind you with the small print, but the most important things to be aware of when using this site are...

1. By using the programming tutorials on this site you agree to these terms and conditions

2. The interactive programming nature of this site means that programs modified by you are run within your web browser. Due to the common mistakes programming beginners can make, it is quite feasible that a beginner could modify a program so that it runs in an infinite loop, or consumes too many resources, thus causing the browser to freeze or crash, or perhaps even the overall system to freeze. We therefore recommend that all other windows and applications are closed and data is saved and backed up, and we accept no liability for any data or system loss as a result of you running any code on this site.

3. The content on this site is copyright Abstract Worlds Ltd 2010. You do not have permission to reproduce, or cut or paste, this content onto any other website, forum or any other electronic or printed media. You do have permission to cut and paste the tutorial code examples and use them in your own coding projects, as long as the coding project is not a similar 'learning to program' tutorial project.

4. These terms and conditions are subject to change without notice.

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