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The following topics are addressed in this FAQ:

  1. Where is the Oracle FAQ located?
  2. What is in the Oracle FAQ?
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  6. Can I add my own FAQ to the Oracle FAQ site?
  7. Are there any translation projects for this FAQ?
  8. Legal stuff

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