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Code Review only allows for reviews of code that is written/maintained by the author. We have that requirement for multiple reasons, including legal (copyright) and moral (to avoid code-shaming). When a question asks to compare the poster's solution against some arbitrary solution found on GitHub, that is a underhanded way to ask for a review of third-party ...


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Questions on Code Review must have the code in the post. Can I put my code on a third party site and link to the site in my question? Reviews of code not stored here Can I ask for a review on a website? Questions that ask for you to e-mail them to get the code If you want reviews of each video: Post the relevant final code from the video you want reviewed....


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The bare minimum to post a question is to include some code. If you were to post a question that only included main.cpp, but not Drawable.cpp or Drawable.h, and didn't mention anything about this Bitmap.cpp, then it'd be on-topic, but a really poor question (as we don't know what half the code is). Building from this, you can include the code you want, and ...


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Videos are no substitute for actual code. However, if the code is included in the question and the question complies to the help center, I don't see a problem.


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