Ok... I'll assume you're serious.
Source code is what a program (game, application, whatever) looks like before it is compiled into an EXE file. The best comparison that I can think of at this time (yes, I am hungry
) is that the source code is a recipe, while the EXE file is the finished dish. You can't do anything with the finished dish 'cept eat it, but if you have the recipe, you can use it to make more...
Tooner: Nope, the source code is actually understandable. It's usually written in a 3rd level language, which means that it consists of various commands, etc. It only turns into 1s and 0s when you compile it into an EXE file.
EVERYBODY, LISTEN UP AND LISTEN GOOD. DAMN IT, HE'S ALREADY DOWNLOADED THE GAME MAKER AND HAS JUST ABOUT FINISHED IT AND HE NEEDS TO PUT IT ON THE INTERNET SO PEOPLE CAN ENJOY BUT HE NEED'S TO DOWNLOAD THE SOURCE CODE PROGRAM. NOT THE SOURCE CODE FROM ANOTHER GAME JUDT THE PROGRAM....DAMN NOW I CONFUSED MYSELF!!!!!!!
There's No Point In Ho's If You Can't Share 'Em With Your Bro's