Codes Quotes

Quotes tagged as "codes" (showing 1-18 of 18)
William Goldman
“I've been saying it so long to you, you just wouldn't listen. Every time you said 'Farm Boy do this' you thought I was answering 'As you wish' but that's only because you were hearing wrong. 'I love you' was what it was, but you never heard.”
William Goldman, The Princess Bride

Martin Fowler
“Any fool can write code that a computer can understand. Good programmers write code that humans can understand.”
Martin Fowler

“Women emerging like aliens in a hesitant future, in a men’s world with impervious codes, may feel like dots in an uncharted territory. Discovering the crucial points, which don't line up with the unbearability of reality, may be a key to the right compass in life. ( "Terra incognita")”
Erik Pevernagie

“We might not be able to know what reality is about, but we can’t but be aware of the explicitness of facts. To get a better grip on the intricate nature of the truth and its ambiguity, we have got to scrutinize facts and find out about their codes. But, yet, we can’t ignore that reality is a very intriguing place, since facts may be construed, receive variant contexts and create alternate outcomes, which, in turn, might spark new realities, over again. ("Imbroglio" )”
Erik Pevernagie

“Codes and semiotic conventions are a challenge for human communication, since they seal off people with a privacy protection label and make them accessible only by means of a barcode that might estrange them from their surroundings but, at the same time, procure them a kind of reassurance in their comfort zone. This dialectical situation may keep them struggling during their entire life. ("The unbreakable code " )”
Erik Pevernagie

Dan Brown
“But Susan's thoughts were far removed from the political implications of Digital Fortress. She was still struggling to comprehend its existence. She'd spent her life breaking codes, firmly denying the existence of the ultimate code. Every code is breakable - the Bergofsky Principle! She felt like an atheist coming face to face with God.”
Dan Brown, Digital Fortress

Lemony Snicket
“A letter may be coded, and a word may be coded. A theatrical performance may be coded, and a sonnet may be coded, and there are times when it seems the entire world is in code. Some believe that the world can be decoded by performing research in a library. Others believe that the world can be decoded by reading a newspaper.”
Lemony Snicket, A Series of Unfortunate Events Box: The Complete Wreck

Laurie R. King
“XVXVI, or 10-5-10-5-1, yielded H-E-H-E-A, which, unless she wanted to show her derisive laughter, made no sense.”
Laurie R. King, The Beekeeper's Apprentice

Alden Bell
“It never meant anything, Moses says. Not to the god above it and not to the earth below it. It never did. Not even when they first did it. But it’s the doin it that counts. It’s something. You draw imaginary lines. That’s what you do.
The Vestal looks at him kindly, a smile on her lips that seems affectionate--even maybe admiring.
Then what do you do with the lines? she asks.
And Moses looks at her straight and true. He says:
Then you pick one side or the other and you stand there.”
Alden Bell, Exit Kingdom

Christina Engela
“The machine demanded access codes. As he entered the first, a faint whispering sound startled him, causing him to snatch up the sweep laser. All was silent again. It had sounded like metal on metal. Could he have imagined it? He listened intently.”
Christina Engela, Demonspawn

Deyth Banger
“To find why that happen and why this is happening, you should start from the beginning the problem comes from the beginning go and remove the bug, fix the problem and try again to see what will happen...
Life is like a program you can fix it by going to that point and fixing it, but be careful what do you program and how you do it and what type of codes you use!”
Deyth Banger

Deyth Banger
“We gonna use codes... to be easily able to talk about different girls and to give them rates from 1 up to 10.”
Deyth Banger

Garth Greenwell
“[L]ike poems, cruising carves privacy out of public spaces. Poems are a kind of private communication that occurs in public speech. And I think cruising is that too: a training in reading occult codes; a way of seeing a significance in the world that most people don’t see.”
Garth Greenwell

Dan Groat
“I can’t tell you what’s in all of God’s plans, but I do know part of them. He empowers you with reason and will. Those are your strengths. That’s what gives you the chance to be great in his sight. He gave you a mind and codes to live by so you could be in charge of your own actions.”
Dan Groat, Monarchs and Mendicants

Will Advise
“Translating from #cat is easy - you just ignore everything, then you decide what you want it to have said, thought, or wanted.”
Will Advise, Nothing is here...

“Offering an assortment of current household coupons from popular brands.”
Anil Shekhawat

Tom Pollock
“A Caesar shift is about the simplest code in the world – perfect for the Roman emperor who’s long on secrets but short on time.
To make one, you just write out the alphabet, A to Z, then pick a secret phrase… and write it out underneath the first few letters of your alphabet, dropping any repeated letters…
Pg 27”
Tom Pollock, White Rabbit, Red Wolf
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Tom Pollock
“There’s no such thing as plain text; there are only codes you understand and codes you don’t.
Pg 234”
Tom Pollock, White Rabbit, Red Wolf
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