|I am not a big writer myself, so I can only give my opinion.
As far as I know, there is no real "regulation", there are only minimum requirements. Not sure if you alredy have done it, but I recommend you to have a look into: https://www.codeproject.com/KB/FAQs/[^]
you will find some help about the site, how to publish and what tools you have to do it. I.e.:
Code Project Article FAQ[^]
Code Project Tags FAQ[^]
(just in case... CodeProject Plagiarism FAQ[^])
or the author resources (https://www.codeproject.com/KB/mentor/[^]). I.e:
Using the Article Editor (without losing your hair in handfuls)[^]
Article Formatting tips for CodeProject[^]
Formatting code in Tips and Tricks[^]
Sounds good for me
asimonassi wrote:I think to title the series "Teaching arithmetic to a computer" or maybe "The Big Integer Challenge" and divide the article into parts that could be viewed independently, all the code needed to study and build your own implementation is embedded on article.
Sounds good for me
asimonassi wrote:In total the document should be like 50 printed pages if on WORD, kind of 8-12 pages per article.
You can attach it to every article as a download and post the most relevant and related snippets in the article to explain things
asimonassi wrote:What about the source code, should I add it just once to the latest article? Because all the relevant sources are in a single project.
You can post the most relevant and related snippets in the article to explain things and say that the whole download is on the last article of the serie, so that the reader knows where to find it.
Another thing I would do to help the readers is to keep a list of the links of the serie in all articles, so one can navigate without problems from one article to another. I mean:
In Article 1:
https://www.codeproject.com/article/part_1_of_5.aspx <<< this article (notice the no-clickability)
In Article 2:
https://www.codeproject.com/article/part_2_of_5.aspx <<< this article (notice the no-clickability)
If something has a solution... Why do we have to worry about?. If it has no solution... For what reason do we have to worry about?
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