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'''White Hat''' is a [[stick figure]] character in [[xkcd]]. He is distinguished by his eponymous white hat which appears to be in the shape and style of a {{w|boater}}. His overall appearance is identical to [[Black Hat]] other than the color of their respective hats. Of the two, White Hat is depicted far less often. He is sometimes referred to as "White Hat Guy" in the transcripts.
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'''White Hat''' is a [[stick figure]] character in [[xkcd]]. He is distinguished by his eponymous white hat which appears to be in the shape and style of a {{w|boater}}. His appearance is identical to [[Black Hat]], other than the color of their hats. Of the two, White Hat is depicted far less often. He is sometimes referred to as "White Hat Guy" in the transcripts.
  
Unlike {{w|White hat (computer security)|white hat}} characters in fiction or hacker terminology, xkcd's White Hat is neither smart nor heroic. To the contrary, his pronouncements often contain logical fallacies which greatly frustrate the other characters.
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Unlike {{w|White hat (computer security)|white hat}} characters in fiction or hacker terminology, xkcd's White Hat is neither smart nor heroic. To the contrary, his pronouncements often contain logical fallacies which frustrate the other characters.
  
 
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Revision as of 19:26, 15 October 2013

White Hat

White hat as seen in 973: MTV Generation
First appearance 260: The Glass Necklace
Known appearances 84

White Hat is a stick figure character in xkcd. He is distinguished by his eponymous white hat which appears to be in the shape and style of a boater. His appearance is identical to Black Hat, other than the color of their hats. Of the two, White Hat is depicted far less often. He is sometimes referred to as "White Hat Guy" in the transcripts.

Unlike white hat characters in fiction or hacker terminology, xkcd's White Hat is neither smart nor heroic. To the contrary, his pronouncements often contain logical fallacies which frustrate the other characters.