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The '''Tron Legacy Code''' was the name of an uncompiled data code featured in the videogame ''[[TRON 2.0]]''. It was intended as an update for the security program [[Tron]], written by the [[Alan Bradley]] for the purpose of clearing the [[Game Grid]] of any unauthorized [[users]]. In the year 2003, Alan's son [[Jet]] - having been digitized and sent into the Game Grid by the program [[Ma3a]] - found the code on an old [[ENCOM]] server, [[EN12-82]], and stored it inside Ma3a. Unfortunately, the addition of the Legacy Code not only increased her size dramatically but also made her unstable and driven to attack any nearby users.
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The '''Tron Legacy Code''' was the name of an uncompiled data code featured in the videogame ''[[TRON 2.0]]''. It was intended as an update for the security program [[Tron]], written by [[Alan Bradley]] for the purpose of clearing the [[Game Grid]] of any unauthorized [[users]]. In the year 2003, Alan's son [[Jet]] - having been digitized and sent into the Game Grid by the program [[Ma3a]] - found the code on an old [[ENCOM]] server, [[EN12-82]], and stored it inside Ma3a. Unfortunately, the addition of the Legacy Code not only increased her size dramatically but also made her unstable and driven to attack any nearby users.
   
 
The Legacy Code is also mentioned in the graphic novel ''[[TRON: The Ghost in the Machine]]''. Following Jet's return to the Game Grid, his old friend [[Mercury]] claimed the code was present in Jet's [[identity disc]] and that he would need it to defeat the [[MCP]]. The assertion proved to be false and was later revealed to be part of a hallucination Jet's program, [[Jet.exe]], was experiencing.
 
The Legacy Code is also mentioned in the graphic novel ''[[TRON: The Ghost in the Machine]]''. Following Jet's return to the Game Grid, his old friend [[Mercury]] claimed the code was present in Jet's [[identity disc]] and that he would need it to defeat the [[MCP]]. The assertion proved to be false and was later revealed to be part of a hallucination Jet's program, [[Jet.exe]], was experiencing.
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This is an article about a programming code featured in TRON 2.0. For the film, click here.


Tron Legacy Code

The Tron Legacy Code was the name of an uncompiled data code featured in the videogame TRON 2.0. It was intended as an update for the security program Tron, written by Alan Bradley for the purpose of clearing the Game Grid of any unauthorized users. In the year 2003, Alan's son Jet - having been digitized and sent into the Game Grid by the program Ma3a - found the code on an old ENCOM server, EN12-82, and stored it inside Ma3a. Unfortunately, the addition of the Legacy Code not only increased her size dramatically but also made her unstable and driven to attack any nearby users.

The Legacy Code is also mentioned in the graphic novel TRON: The Ghost in the Machine. Following Jet's return to the Game Grid, his old friend Mercury claimed the code was present in Jet's identity disc and that he would need it to defeat the MCP. The assertion proved to be false and was later revealed to be part of a hallucination Jet's program, Jet.exe, was experiencing.

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