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comment What are the real incidents in Da Vinci Code and what are fictional in it?
This site is about writing, not about reading. Here we answer questions about how to write novels (and other things). We don't answer any question about anything that's been written down. There are other SE sites that discuss content, e.g. scifi.stackexchange.com discusses science fiction and fantasy and a question like yours might be on topic there (though I'm not sure if Da Vinci Code counts as SF&F, I'd say no). Not to mention that your question is too open-ended for the site. "Give me a list of facts from a book" is too broad. On stackexchange.com we strive for specific questions.
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comment What are the real incidents in Da Vinci Code and what are fictional in it?
This question is off-topic for this site. Your best bet is to assume that any "fact" you read in that book is made up or embellished. That's how you should treat all fiction.
Jul
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comment This is right. Or that is right?
There's more than one way to say it. They're both acceptable.
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answered Should I force-developing a story to a setting I have?
Jun
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comment How to google the ungoogleable?
If you are so paranoid about your search history, does it even make sense to write what you've learned in a novel? Surely your name will be attached, or at least your publisher will want to send royalty cheques somwhere.....
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revised How to assemble recipes without plagiarism?
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answered What can I do to make my writing fit the 1950s?
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comment How to assemble recipes without plagiarism?
@Vzzdak hence why I mentioned it as an example of regional differences ;) It's a common problem when internet recipes refer to products by names not everyone understands, or using measurements not everyone recognizes, or by implicit pack sizes when pack sizes are not ubiquitous.
Jun
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answered How to assemble recipes without plagiarism?
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comment How to “defy” physics on a sci-fi?
+1 for "fans are often very concerned". Anyone who's studied high-school chemistry should know that you can't just invent elements. Iron Man 2 annoyed me a lot. Elements aren't magical.
May
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answered Constructed Language - spelled like it sounds?
May
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answered Renting my book?
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comment Renting my book?
Also this question is unanswerable without knowing what jurisdiction you're in, and may be unanswerable without a lawyer.
Apr
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comment Is the word block in 'block D' capitalized?
Is it a proper name? If so, yes. If not, no.
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comment What exactly is “fair comment?”
I consulted Meta and decided that answering this Q is within the rules for the site, so I've removed my comments.
Apr
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answered What exactly is “fair comment?”