Tuesday, April 8th, 2008

JavaScript has staying power; Used in Stargate

Category: Fun

This one is geeky. Someone watched the Stargate episode below and found JavaScript used in the console (above).

Interesting to see that JS1 is used in the future ;)

Posted by Dion Almaer at 1:21 am
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Um, Stargate isn’t set in the future. It’s supposed to be a secret government program set in the present. Pfft, I can’t believe you didn’t know that…

… Where’s the damn Ajaxianified effect for mock geek smugness?

Comment by kende — April 8, 2008

The first url seen in that code is http://www.rbcroyalbank.com/oec/avatar/estatements/welcome_00.html

And the second one: http://www.rbcroyalbank.com/oec/avatar/html/01_PB/1_flash_paybill.htm

Comment by afradejas — April 8, 2008

eeek! global variables!

Comment by bluesmoon — April 8, 2008

HAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHA, this is the funniest post i’ve read!! More of such thinks please!

Comment by RayDeeA — April 8, 2008

lol. that opens a popup window in the middle of the screen. i can only a assume that must be similar to opening a stargate.

Comment by chickerino — April 8, 2008

Funny, we can also see some line of JS code in the movie “Hitman”. When he turn on his computer we can see the source code of Sarissa (the same on google code).

Comment by K1derCountry — April 8, 2008

I just guessed they used simple code like html and javascript in movies and tv such as Stargate, Hitman, AntiTrust, Dark Angel because they’re more recognisable as code to more people… letting the viewers feel that little more smart and the movie/show seem more believable.

Comment by Xandalus — April 8, 2008

The code is located on http://www.rbcroyalbank.com/oec/, lines 20 to 39.

It’s a wonder that there isn’t a store of aimless stock code for use in TV and films… hmmm… Business idea!

Comment by adamprickett — April 8, 2008

See?! The Replicators didn’t even need classes in JS to program themselves and they are badass mofos!!1!!1!

more, the guy said the program was huge, and would take weeks to go through.. hahaha I wonder if the program was written in Javascript 2…
I’m sure the lady would go into menopause first…

ps: joking

Comment by PedroBatista — April 8, 2008

The aliens are trying to open a new browser window a synchronize it with our screen size…..bloody bastards!!

Comment by OndraM — April 8, 2008

Excerpt from the Royal Bank website legal terms of use…

“The Information is protected under the copyright laws of Canada and other countries. Unless otherwise specified, no one has permission to copy, redistribute, reproduce, republish, store in any medium, re-transmit, modify or make public or commercial use of, in any form, the Information.”

What are the chances Stargate asked for permission to use the code for ‘commercial use’?

Comment by WildSatchmo — April 8, 2008

This was from the TheDailyWTF:
http://thedailyajaxian.com/Articles/Stargate-Code-of-the-Replicators.aspx

Comment by Jordan — April 8, 2008

Wow, and we though XSS Injection was a security vulnerability. In the future, h4ckers actually inject evil robot bugs into your lair via XSS.

Comment by tj111 — April 8, 2008

Whow, I love both Stargate and JavaScript, but NEVER expected to see them mashed up…. I’m having a brain freeze. Ouch that hurts.

Brad Neuberg

Comment by BradNeuberg — April 8, 2008

http://blog.360.yahoo.com/douglascrockford?p=795

Comment by crock — April 8, 2008

Bah! I saw C# (i.e. “System.Net.Socket”) used in the one where they accidentally infected the gate network with a homegrown virus and they had to write a fix.

Comment by stimpy77 — April 8, 2008

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