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How to efficiently store code snippets?

I've noticed that a lot of my work follows this pattern: Decide that I need to add a behavior (say, align table columns right) Recall that I did it few months ago on a different project, try to ...
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Snippets (based on MIT licence) from snippets services

I have question about MIT licence code sources Can I publish code snippets [MIT licence] from site like bootsnipp to my blog? Do I have to include source link to site where I have found that snippet (...
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Copyrights concerning code snippets and larger amounts of code [closed]

I am designing a public code repository. Users will be allowed to post and edit whatever amount of code they want, from code snippets to entire multi-file projects. I have a few major legal concerns ...
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What is your suggestion to write clean and well organized php code?

I am a php beginner coder. I always find myself in a mess when I try to alter or add something to my scripts. Because they are not well organized. So, I want to learn how to organize my code, so it ...
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What are some precedents on how substantial a snippet must be to be copyrightable? [duplicate]

I occasionally worry that when I borrow snippets of code from websites, etc. there's at least the theoretical possibility that this will be copyright infringement. However, small pieces of code to ...
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How do I let programmers know something useful?

Quite often I go through pain to discover how to do something useful, in this case how to get PHP running on Google App Engine without the 'resin.jar too big' problem, but I have nowhere to let people ...
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GPL Notice on Snippets

Is it ok to put a GPL notice inside a small script or a snippet? This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as ...