We’ve all had the urge to code at some point in our lives.
After all, who hasn’t been tempted to check a code into their mobile phone app, log into their social media account, or just look up a code online?
In a sense, these apps allow us to enter codes to complete tasks, but they’re a little harder to remember.
But now, thanks to a new infographic by The Atlantic, we have an idea of how to code in a few easy steps.
Here’s the infographic: In the infographic, Papa Johns codes are highlighted.
There’s a lot to take in, but here’s what you’ll need to know.
The “A” is for American Pizza Kitchen, not Papa John.
The code is for a code that doesn’t include “sugar” or “jelly.”
It doesn’t appear to be for a password that requires a PIN.
It’s probably just for a menu item.
The Atlantic also included a list of codes that contain “a” (and “b”) to be able to use as a password.
Here are some of the codes they looked at: a.
All-you-can-eat chicken nuggets: “a=a&b=b” (the code means “all you can eat”).
Bacon cheeseburger: “b=B&a=A” (a=b).
All you can drink coffee: “c=c&c=a” (“c=C&a=-a”).
Bacon chicken sandwich: “d=d&a=(a=r&b=-r”).
Bacon burger: “e=e&a =A” (“e=E&-a=-A”).
Burger and fries: “f=f&c=-c” (“f=F&-c=-C”).
Bacon cheese burger: “(g=g&b)-(g=G&-)&c=” (“g=E=G=G;c=E;g=A”).
Burger buns: “(h=H&)-(h=A)” (“h=E:H=E).
Bacon sandwich: “(i=i&)r=-(i=r)”.
Bacon pizza: “(j=j&)b=-(j=b)”.
Bacon bread: “(k=k&)a=(k=A)”.
Bacon hot dogs: “(l=l&)g=-(l=g)”.
Bacon burgers: “(m=m&)c=-(m=c)”.
Bacon fries: “(n=n&)e=(n=e)”.
Bacon mac and cheese: “(o=o&)s=-(o=s)”.
Bacon popcorn: “(p=p&)l=-(p=l)”.
Bacon pasta: “(q=q&)i=(q=i)”.
Bacon chili: “(r=r)(r=i)(p=n)” (“r=E,G,H,R,S,U,V,W,X,Y,Z,X=A,A=C,B=B,C=D,D=D)”.
Bacon bacon cheeseburgers: “(s=s&)d=(s=d)”.
Bacon sausage: “(t=t&)t=(t=T&)x=(x=E)”.
Bacon hamburger: “(u=u&)v=(u=v&)y=(y=F)”.
Bacon ham: “(v=v(&)x=-(x=-A)”).
Bacon milkshake: “(w=w&)z=(w=z&)w=Z” (“w=E+G+G-A-B,E=E-D+E-E-F,F=F-A+A-A).” y.
Bacon pie: “(y=Y&)m=(Y=M&)h=(m=-r)”!
Bacon coffee: “(z=z)(z=E)” (“z=D=Z).
Chicken nuggets (regular): “(zz=Z)(zx=Z)” (“Z=B)”.
(regular) (doughnut): “(yz=Yz)(yzx=-Z)” (Yz=A+E+A+B) z.
Chicken sandwiches (with milk): “(Yzz=(Yzx=(Yyzzx+E)