Friday Fun: Source Code in TV and Films

Source Code in TV and Films page shows images of the computer code appearing in TV and films and tells what they really are.

British programmer and writer John Graham-Cumming started a blog called Source Code in TV and Films on Jan. 3 after noticing that code used to reboot the futuristic space station in “Elysium” was actually taken from an instruction manual for Intel x86 processors.


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    All this software speaks to a change in perception, Graham-Cumming believed: “I think programming has become a bit cooler than it used to be. Using computers or writing code is used as a core part of the plot. You see people configuring things or writing custom code, and programming is seen as an interesting activity.”


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