Geek-like codes are sequences of symbols, puzzling at first glance. They can tell about you briefly: what you are interested in, what you are occupied with, how far you have got in education, what you have created and, of course, details on a paticular interest of yours — be it love for TLK or Harry Potter, posession for DOOM or collecting of plush toys.
For example, the following code:
TLKCode1.7: TLK++ A+ B- D++++ U+++ Gtjb+ L++ F+++/++ Me+~
Pn***/+~&sr**&cm&kvw/-@&i-&ox--~ W++~ S !T RLCT/HM a21
cnx++++ e+>++ h+ iwt++++ lmnrwz3eh p- !sm
says that his owner is obsessed about TLK, but has not lost his mind; that he has dedicated a lot of space on his drive for the digital collection, but has not created much himself; that he prefers forums to MUCKs and MUDs; that he follows the idea “no work — no problems”, though has advanced in computer science; that he is not newbie to the Internet and has a web page dedictaed to TLK; and so on. The code is rather descriptive, is not it?
In times the codes were coming into the picture they were created and analyzed manually, that required a whole lot of effort and memory. After some time coders and decoders were developed for the most popular codes, but they were too specialized. Using GeekCoder you will easily create any (or almost any) code yourself and decode other’s ones.
- Creating of codes: TLKCode, FurCode, WereCode, YiffCode and others.
- Decoding of codes. The result is displayed as HTML page.
- Tolerant to mistakes in codes when decoding. The program will try to analyze even incorrect code.
- Integration into the system: tooltips for code files, launch with double click.
- Extensibility. All codes are described in separate text files.