Spare 6 min 32 sec of your time on or before June 23, Alan Turing's birthday to watch this clip about his explanation of the Entscheidungsproblem - The Halting or Decision Problem.

Brilliant mathematics by Alan Turing. Magnificent acting by Derek Jacobi as Alan Turing.

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TopNewestOne of my heroes ...... thnx for sharing!

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Yours most welcome

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Ah, the first time someone realized that poorly written code could cycle endlessly, and there may be no way to prove that it won't do that.

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This is beyond awesome. Really nice, thanks for sharing :)

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Brilliantly explanation. .... :)

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