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Cut and Paste all code, design snippets, or complete application samples and run them in your environment to see what they do, modify them to your needs or turn them into something truly special.
Make your work count, add comments and instructions to your code, thoroughly test your samples before submission (mention what may still need additional testing), try not to be a litter bug in your community or forum, help save time and effort. Be Green! After all, what is the purpose of your submission if it cannot be used or comprehended. Might be a good idea to also mention, or at least give credits to works being used in your submissions.