Was just watching this and the code was clear enough to read at 1:12, a quick google turned it up, its a very slightly modified version of the code found here:
Clearly they have just deleted a few lines as the code shown has errors due to the removed lines. Figured people here might get a laugh out of it being used like this in a major film.
Thanks for sharing! Is that this 2015 film?
If you have a screenshot, please share – something for Mike Davis’ scrapbook.
You might also enjoy the definitive list of Source Code in TV and Films:
Extraction hasn’t been submitted yet – so I would also recommend submitting it there!
Sure thing, and yes, it’s the 2005 movie you referenced.
Correction though I didn’t realise that the time index on Netflix was a count down, it’s actually at around 19:30 in.
Fun! I like that they changed “draw” into “drawcycle”
How did you search for it?
I just searched for the exact string
// Add cells at random places using google. You will note they removed the line defining
cX, but proceed to use it, so it’s clearly modified a bit.
Oh Great, that’s a fun thing to know and also that netflix bit.
I submitted this to Source Code in TV and Films with a writeup of the scene, and it is now listed here:
Yes they have modified it to an extent.