Hydranix” can’t provide much detail about today’s code, because they’re under a “strict NDA”. All they could tell us was that it’s C++, and it’s part of a “mission critical” front end package. Honestly, I think this line speaks for itself:

(mil == 999 ? (!(mil = 0) && (sec == 59 ? 
  (!(sec = 0) && (min == 59 ? 
    (!(min = 0) && (++hou)) : ++min)) : ++sec)) : ++mil);

“Hydranix” suspects that this powers some sort of stopwatch, but they’re not really certain what its role is.

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