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Dec
28
comment Intellectual Property Rights & Reuse of the Written Material
If you are talking about copy pasting one project and building new project on top of that copy pasted code, then I understood you. But then again if my new program is such a new in way that its hard to identify that I have copy pasted the code of old program or not, then what to do? Or in other words how do I come to know that when its considered a copy paste of program cod and when note? The programming language syntax (e.g. int main(void){} ) will not be considered copy. But what about logic? If I use logic of factoring of number in two programs then how to know if its copy paste or not?
Dec
28
comment Intellectual Property Rights & Reuse of the Written Material
Yes many times I can only write 3-4 original and new articles on same topics. I face a very hard difficulty to write new and original article beyond that 3-4 attempts on the same topic. My imagination just dies. What can I do about this?
Dec
28
comment Intellectual Property Rights & Reuse of the Written Material
Thanks for the first answer. I was waiting for long time for answer and nobody answered. I was fearing that I had asked a wrong question or asked wrongly. But then you answered. Your answer solved most of my confusion.
Dec
28
comment Intellectual Property Rights & Reuse of the Written Material
How about this. ASSUME that I made an operating system. I sold its IPR. So I should die now? Because there is nothing left in my life to do? Because after selling the IPR I can not never program any Operating System ever in my life? So what is the use of this waste life now?
Dec
28
comment Intellectual Property Rights & Reuse of the Written Material
As a programmer I must state that you have made an error in your assumption. You can't reuse the code you have 'sold' to your employer/client, if you have sold the material and intellectual rights to the code.=>> Oh! Sad to hear that in my remaining life now I can never program a calculator and sell it. I am feeling terribly sad. What should I do with my programming skills now?