not know if you’re very aware of what doodles from Google, these “celebrations” that the Internet giant does from time to time at the top of your browser. They have come to create real fancy stuff, some of which have outlived their publication.
for Turing machine made in Google , with which the company celebrated the 100 anniversary of Alan Turing, British mathematician known for his various work in the area of logic and cryptography.
seems like the puzzle, and Google has decided to publish its source code under Open Source license , in particular Creative Commons BY-NC-SA 3.0 License.
can download the source code of the Turing machine on Google Code or if you have not tried it do the same on the doodle original (ie trying to solve, which has its intricacies).
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