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The NetHack Code and the NetHack Purity Test -- Dion Nicolaas Miscellany
Edited on September 24, 2002.
         The NetHack Code is a sort of Geek Code for NetHack players, in which they can show their playing style to the world. The NetHack Purity Test is a similarly geeky thing. This page gives an overview of the history of the NetHack Code and the NetHack Purity test and several versions of both; it is also the home of nhcodec, a Perl program to decode a NetHack Code for you.
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