What You Can Learn About Computer Science from Superman III

In Superman III, Richard Pryor plays a man who answers an ad for computer progamming classes on the back of a matchbox, and winds up becoming such a brilliant computer whiz that he brings the entire world to its knees. And now at last, Den of Geek has uncovered his secrets.

Over at Den of Geek, there's a fantastic (and ridiculously detailed) exegesis of Gus Gorman's computer programming techniques, including how he's able to siphon off cash from a major corporation, program two bilateral coordinates simultaneously, and wreck the world economy, all from a computer running BASIC. It's everything you need to become a comic-book computer genius!

Here's a sample of the many, many computer screens that Den of Geek has incredibly high-res screencaps of:

What You Can Learn About Computer Science from Superman III

What You Can Learn About Computer Science from Superman III

It's amazing what computers can do nowadays, isn't it? For detailed analysis of Gus Gorman's coding, including his incredibly versatile use of the GOSUB and INKEY$ commands, head over to Den of Geek.