Short Answer: Yes, within the acceptable use policy.
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Short answer: Yes, within the acceptable use policy
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Short answer: Maybe
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Short answer: YES!
Wiley Online Library allows users to read, download, or print by the chapter. There are no DRM (digital rights management) restrictions on downloads and printing.
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Short answer: It's not encouraged by the provider.
You can print contents, usually chapters, by clicking CTRL+ P, but the format will be somewhat awkward.
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O'Reilly also has phone apps you can download, which allows for offline reading and caching.