Tool to translate a Geek Code. Geek Code is a sequence of characters invented by Robert A. Hayden to describe a person's hobbies and computer skills.
Geek Code - dCode
Tag(s) : Geek
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Explanations on the Robert A. Hayden GeekCode were available on geekcode.com but the site no longer exists. An archived version is available here: here (link)
Available categories are:
|PE||Politics & Economic Issues||PGP||PGP|
|PS||Politics & Social Issues||R||Role-Playing|
|W||World Wide Web||X||X Files|
|x||Sex (Female)||y||Sex (Male)|
Split the code into pieces (normally there is a space separator) and check what each letter means.
Example: C corresponds to Computers:
C++ : Computers are a large part of my existence. When I get up in the morning, the first thing I do is log myself in. I play games or mud on weekends, but still manage to stay off of academic probation.
C-- : Where's the on switch?
The message is composed of letters and several symbols + (plus) or - (minus) and references to Geek culture: Star Trek, X Files, Mac, Unix, etc. are numerous.