Are there any copyrights restriction on python usage?

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Are there any copyrights restriction on python usage?
May 31 in Python by Vish
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You can do anything and everything with the source as long as you display those copyrights in any documentation about python that you produce. As long as you follow all the python rules, it's alright to use python for commercial use and to sell copies of python in the source.
answered May 31 by Haseeb

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