As you can see by the photo there are two different source codes in this picture. The first one up in the right corner is from a file util.c which seems to be written for an old HTTPd web server by NCSA. You can find here the whole soure file. The second one instead, I haven’t yet found the source but it looks like some utility to use fax printers or something like that (I beg your pardon if I’m wrong :3)

Both source codes don’t quite fit the situation for me, you just can’t track down Jason Bourne’s kick ass partner by running a old program which converts plus characters into spaces or manages fax printers :D

@syxanash <3

Asok: it’s COBOL. I learned about this in school!

Dilbert: you learned to program in COBOL?

Asok: nooo… I heard about it in history class.

Dilbert, season 1 episode 10 “Y2K”

In Matrix Reloaded watching again the well known scene where Trinity hacks the city power grid, I noticed what  apparently looks like Assembly code up in the right corner. If you google the four lines of code in the picture, you’ll see as first result this page.

The code just makes a simple 64 bit division which of course is required in order to take down the entire nuclear power plant…

@syxanash <3

In Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 1, Episode 18, while Skye is wiping all record of the team from the Internet, code from CocoaGlk, an Interactive Fiction engine.

Code appearing in season 7, episode 9 of the TV show “Burn Notice”

Seems to be applescript code for auto coloring cells in Microsoft Excel taken from here.

This is a screenshot from the TV series 90210 (Season 5 Episode 6 - The Con). The code should be a computer game. The bold top line is explained as the one important correction to the code that finally leads to compilation.

This is a screenshot from the TV series 90210 (Season 5 Episode 6 - The Con).
The code should be a computer game.
The bold top line is explained as the one important correction to the code that finally leads to compilation.

Serie Arrow (T02-E14 31:35), some variables in Portuguese and is not really a code for a security system.

http://vidadeprogramador.com.br/2014/03/17/arrow-ainda-inovando-em-seguranca

White Collar, season 5 episode 12.  This is supposed to be a stock market “algorithm” that can somehow crash the world’s economy while making its user mega-rich or something. While the word “trade” certainly shows up a lot, it looks like Java GUI stuff.

In Escape Plan, 50 Cent hacks into the CIA using a PPPoE setup script.

Hello there!

I recently I was watching the movie THX 1138 and suddenly I caught what seems to be FORTRAN code in some parts of this movie. The code I think was specifically written for this movie, because of the name of the statements which describe the qualities of the the main character THX during a physical test. I also did a very short research and I’m sure that the code  found is FORTRAN, or at least the keywords in that picture belong to the language’s syntax.

Hope I helped you and keep up with this project ;)

(oh here you can find a gif version I uploaded on postimage)alternative picture