Source

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Source may refer to:

Research

Law

  • Sources of international law, the materials and processes out of which the rules and principles regulating the international community are developed
  • Sources of law, the materials and processes out of which law is developed

Mathematics and physics

Computing and technology

  • Source (command), a UNIX command to execute commands from a file
  • Communication source, objects which encode message data and transmit the information
  • Source code, a file containing code for software written in a programming language
  • Source theory, any process that generates successive messages in information theory
  • Source (programming language), a family of sublanguages of JavaScript to support Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs, JavaScript Adaptation

Earth and life sciences

Art and entertainment

Fictional entities

  • Source (comics), a sentient entity who provides advice to the New Gods in the DC Multiverse
  • The Source (Charmed), a fictional character on the WB television series Charmed
  • The Source, a character in the 1978 US television sitcom Quark

Films

Games

Literature

Music

Periodicals

Radio

  • The Source (network), a radio network operated in the 1970s and 1980s by NBC
  • WVUR-FM or "The Source", Valparaiso University's student-run radio station

Visual arts

Organizations

Places

Other uses

See also