Content Usage Policy
Distributing Cprogramming.com Tutorials
You are encouraged to link to the Cprogramming.com tutorials directly on the Cprogramming.com server rather than host the files remotely in order to maintain the most up-to-date content.
You may, however, include the text of the tutorials on your site, provided that you first obtain explicit written permission from the copyright holder. You may request permission by contacing firstname.lastname@example.org. You must also follow these guidelines:
- Include a link directly to Cprogramming.com (//www.cprogramming.com) next to the link to the tutorials that reside on your server
- Include a credit notice on all pages derived from the content of these tutorials. The credit notice should be similar to the following:
"Tutorial from //www.cprogramming.com by Alexander Allain. Cprogramming.com serves programming audiences with tutorials and articles on programming, along with free source code and an active message board."
Please note that the tutorials, articles and other content on
this site that have no name listed for the author are written by
Alexander Allain. All other tutorials are written by the author
given. In all cases, you must include the name of the original
Note that the text must include a direct link to
Cprogramming.com and must appear at the top of each page.
- You must include these usage requirements on your site if you are
hosting the tutorials remotely. You may link directly to this page,
//www.cprogramming.com/use.html, but the link must be noticeable.
- This policy does not apply to content sold through Cprogramming.com, such as Jumping into C++. You are welcome to make copies of purchased content for your own personal use, but you are not permitted to redistribute it to others.