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The GNU General Public License is used by the Free Software Foundation for the majority of its software; it also applies to any other work released in this manner by its creators. You can use it in your own programmes as well.

Make sure to add a licence when you publish your source code repository. Your code is a piece of art, and it, like most works of art, requires copyright protection.

Exclusive copyright applies to software that does not contain an explicit licence. Even though it's in a public GitHub repository, no one else can use, copy, share, or edit it.

Open source software is frequently shared via GitHub's public repositories. If you want your repository to be genuinely open source, you'll need to licence it so that others can use, modify, and distribute it.

It allows users to do whatever they want with a project as long as they credit the creator and don't hold him or her responsible for its use. It's a copyleft licence that demands users who edit and then share a project to keep track of their changes.

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