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In this quiz, we find questions on Codex: Tron legacy. Tron legacy is an awesome film which follows the lives of Flynn and his son Sam. An adventure of Sam after he intercepts a message from Flynn who is trapped in the grid. Take our quiz and show how much of a fan you are of this cult classic and all things technology.

• 1.

Digital Frontier is a: _________________________

• A.

Rustic wasteland in desert

• B.

Fictional Book written by Kevin Flynn

• C.

Way to embed code

B. Fictional Book written by Kevin Flynn
Explanation
The correct answer is "Fictional Book written by Kevin Flynn." This suggests that "Digital Frontier" is the title of a book authored by Kevin Flynn. It is not a rustic wasteland in a desert or a way to embed code.

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• 2.

The sequence of numbers (usually zeroes and ones) that create a digital file is:

• A.

Code

• B.

Grid

• C.

Matrix

• D.

Cycle

A. Code
Explanation
The sequence of numbers that create a digital file is referred to as "code." Code is a set of instructions or commands that are written in a specific programming language to create a digital representation of data. It is used to encode information into a format that computers can understand and process.

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• 3.

• A.

Light energy

• B.

Solar energy

• C.

Gas / fossil fuel energy

• D.

Program energy

D. Program energy
Explanation
Light Cycles in the context of this question are most likely referring to the vehicles in the movie "Tron" or similar fictional settings. In these fictional worlds, Light Cycles are digital vehicles that exist within a computer program. Therefore, they are powered by program energy, which is the energy generated and controlled within the digital environment.

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• 4.

An impenetrable, temporary wall of light generated behind vehicles within the Grid is a:

• A.

Lite Resolution

• B.

Light Resolution

• C.

Lite Ribbon

• D.

Light Ribbon

D. Light Ribbon
Explanation
A light ribbon refers to an impenetrable, temporary wall of light generated behind vehicles within the Grid. It is a term used to describe this specific technology or feature.

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• 5.

TRUE or FALSE (aka CLU or FLYNN, Ha!) Grid Bugs are like spiders

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
Grid Bugs are creatures that appear in the Tron franchise. They are small, spider-like programs that inhabit the digital world. They move quickly and can be a nuisance to the main characters. Therefore, the statement that Grid Bugs are like spiders is true.

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• 6.

A light ribbon can be destroyed by:

• A.

Incredible Friction

• B.

Incredible Force

• C.

Incredible Motion

B. Incredible Force
Explanation
A light ribbon can be destroyed by an incredible force because force is a physical quantity that can cause an object to change its state of motion or shape. If an incredible force is applied to a light ribbon, it can cause the ribbon to break or tear apart, resulting in its destruction. Friction and motion alone may not necessarily destroy the ribbon, but an incredible force can exert enough pressure or stress on the ribbon to cause it to break.

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• 7.

A slang term created to describe the California region where most computer companies and digital services have an office (such as oracle, apple, google, etc.) is:

• A.

Silicon Valley

• B.

Sillicon Valley

• C.

Sillicoln Valley

A. Silicon Valley
Explanation
Silicon Valley is a well-known term used to describe the region in California where many computer companies and digital services have their offices. It is home to major technology companies such as Oracle, Apple, and Google. The term "Silicon Valley" has become synonymous with the tech industry and innovation, making it the correct answer in this context.

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• 8.

In an Active-Matrix Thousands of these next to each other form an image on the screen.

• A.

Codex

• B.

Diodes

• C.

Comicons

B. Diodes
Explanation
An active-matrix display is composed of thousands of diodes arranged next to each other to form an image on the screen. Diodes are electronic components that allow current to flow in only one direction. In the context of an active-matrix display, each diode represents a pixel on the screen. By controlling the flow of current through each diode, the display can create different colors and shades, resulting in a complete image. Therefore, diodes are essential for the functioning of an active-matrix display.

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• 9.

This is the Technology that is used in high-quality flat-panel displays, such as laptop screens and thin computer monitors.

• A.

Activ-Matrixx

• B.

Active-Metric

• C.

Pallel Matrix

• D.

Active- Matrix

D. Active- Matrix
Explanation
Active-Matrix is the correct answer because it is the technology used in high-quality flat-panel displays, such as laptop screens and thin computer monitors. Active-Matrix displays are known for their improved image quality, fast response times, and wide viewing angles. This technology involves a transistor for each pixel, allowing individual control over each pixel's brightness and color. This results in sharper images and better color reproduction compared to other display technologies.

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• 10.

Complex two-wheeled digital machines that are incredibly fast and maneuverable and come in a variety of models within the TRON world are known as:

• A.

Bikes

• B.

Cycles

• C.

Sheres

B. Cycles
Explanation
In the TRON world, the complex two-wheeled digital machines that are incredibly fast and maneuverable are known as "Cycles". The term "Bikes" is not specified in the question and "Sheres" is not a known term in the TRON world.

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