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When posting code you have to care about the [origin](#Code Origin), [location](#Code Location), [format](#Code Format), [purpose](#Code Purpose) and [some miscellaneous things](#Code Miscellaneous). Whilst there's a lot to care about, the basics are simple. For each code snippet you have to ensure the origin, location and format are on-topic. So "my inline Python code" would be on-topic, but "this inline Python code that's not mine", "my inline legal code" and "my Python code on GitHub" would be off-topic.

After determining if your code is on-topic, we have to check if the task it performs is ok. This mostly means, if it's example code then it's probably not ok.

Finally you have to ensure that the entire of your code doesn't break any of the miscellaneous requirements. This means all of it isn't allowed to be on a third party provider, such as GitHub. And it means that all of your code has to work as you intend.

If all of this is true, great! It should be noted that this doesn't make any question on-topic, as various [types of review](#Review Type) are on or off-topic.

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