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Where do I download Laravel up and running code examples

I have bought 'Laravel up and running' (print and e-book) but I can't find anywhere to download the example code. I've followed the link given in the book, but end up at an O'Reilly purchase page which seems to offer every option except to download the code. (e.g. Register books, errata, media praise...)
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  • Hello,
    It looks like the author had decided to include the example code in the actual text of the book instead of having supplementary downloadable example files. So as you're going along in the book for the exercises you'll be using the code as it's written. This is fairly common for some of our titles, where there isn't any extra files for the book (like our cookbook series).

    Cheers,
    Tai H.
    Customer Service Rep,
    O'Reilly Media
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  • Thank you. That's a shame. Although I generally like to type my code myself (one learns more that way) I was finding it difficult to work out where one file should be placed (in the folder structure) in relation to another. Perhaps this is because as a total newcomer to Laravel I found a lot of words that one would not expect in a regular PHP file.

    Another point is that (I found) I had to read quite a long way into the book (Kindle version) to discover that Laravel isn't really suitable for running in Windows (without a virtual machine).
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