The Geek Code first was invented in 1993 by Robert Hayden and has still remained virtually unchanged. It is now considered a part of Internet cultural history, from before the internet became mainstream.
Sample Geek Code:
GED/J d-- s:++>: a-- C++(++++) ULU++ P+ L++ E---- W+(-) N+++ o+ K+++ w--- O- M+ V-- PS++>$ PE++>$ Y++ PGP++ t- 5+++ X++ R+++>$ tv+ b+ DI+++ D+++ G++++ e++ h r-- y++**
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