What is your favorite code?

Come on, you know that secretly there is a code out there that makes just go wild. Well which one is it?:smiley:

You can vote for more than one if you so desire.

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Defintely a civil servant. :smiley:


What about the code of ethics


Is that what I spelled? I meant to say “Oh, you mean the other kind of code”.

If you are out west it’s covered, if not than that is tough, PILGRIM. :smiley:

The area** code** (242) :smiley:


The Da Vinci Code. :margarit:

Area Code, Da Vinci Code, excellent, how did I miss them? :smiley:

Code compliant :wink:

The code of the Samurai

Funny funny,

Personally I have always liked Hammurabic code, and it is nice to see that the principles or Hammurabi are alive and well in China espically in relation to the recently departed head of its FDA :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:



Morse code the letter Q every train that goes by tells the story

Long , Long , short, long

Here, comes , the ,train


You missed another big one in our line of work “CodeCheck” :wink:



“You want the truth ?”
“I think I’m entitled to the truth.”
“You can’t handle the truth !”
“Did you order the CODE RED ?!”
“You’re *******right I ordered the CODE RED !!”
Sorry. One of my favorite movies.

How about a Code Monkey? :smiley:

A code monkey generally refers to a computer programmer or other person who writes computer code for a living. More specifically, it refers to person only capable of grinding out code, but unable to perform the higher-primate tasks of software architecture, analysis, and design. In this sense, the term is considered to be mildly insulting, and is often applied to the most junior people on a programming team. “Code monkey” may also refer to a self-deprecating way of denying responsibility for a management decision, or of complaining about having to live with such decisions (e.g. “Don’t ask me why we need to write a compiler in COBOL, I’m just a code monkey.”)

Bar code.


Bar code… Fry’s has my life history.:shock: