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I want to publish only and only my own answers (not others') in other websites and in my own website.

Is there any site rule preventing this?

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You license your contribution to Stack Overflow, but it is still your contribution, so yes, you can publish your posts elsewhere too.

Note that that does assume the post wasn't significantly altered by someone else in the meantime; at which point you can use the altered post under the CC-BY-SA terms. Your original copy will always be available in the post revisions, of course.

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Even if it was edited, I can browse the history of the answer, and find my original first answer there. It wouldn't be a problem if I take my original first answer if someone had edited it afterwards, right? – hkBattousai Sep 6 '12 at 9:41
@hkBattousai: Yes, clarified in the answer. – Martijn Pieters Sep 6 '12 at 9:42

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