From the TV series Person of Interest, Season 3, Episode 12. Harold writes some code. The code is Fortran, from Example F Program—Big Integers.
Given that the scene is apparently set in 1980 it’s nice to see a historically accurate language in use.
Simon Dakin writes:
Regarding your post about the TV series Person of Interest, Season 3, Episode 12.
The code on the screen uses Fortran language features that were NOT available in 1980. Some were introduced in Fortran 90 which was released as a standard significantly after 1990. The code sample it uses is actually from a site dealing with a variant of Fortran called F that is based on the Fortran 95 standard.
Sadly an epic fail.