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Oliver: Victor and AC were able to hack
into the 33.1 mainframe before we blew the building.
Chloe: So that was your other mission.
Victor: Haven't met the computer yet
I couldn't crack wide open.
By the underlined I suppose he means to hack into it.
But overall he says "There's no computer that can stop me to hack it", right?
Because my first impression was that he couldn't find the mainframe. And therefore he could not
hack into anything.
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Haven't met the computer yet I couldn't crack wide open. = I have succeeded in hacking very computer that I have tried to hack
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Mister Micawber.
Haven't met the computer yet I couldn't crack wide open. = I have succeeded in hacking very computer that I have tried to hack

You mean every.Emotion: smile
Thanks, Mister Micawber! But just one more thing.
If he really means that, should it not be a instead of the?
Haven't met a computer yet I couldn't crack wide open
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Thanks for catching my typo.

Either article will serve. 'The' because the following clause ('I couldn't crack wide open') defines it.
Yeah, that's right, the second part of the sentence is the defining one.
Thanks again!
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