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"Do you haz teh codez?" is an intentionally misspelled, poor grammar, version of the question: "Do you have the [source] code?". It is written in the style of an Internet meme called lolcatz. In this particular case, the phrase is meant to be considered humorous. Origins of "teh codez" version of this meme may be a direct result of this TDWTF article.

Similar phrasing can also be associated with a mocking, or disapproving, tone when directed at [inadequate] requests for assistance from inexperienced users. See also: n00b.

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+1 for the n00b article :) –  George Bailey Dec 29 '10 at 18:12
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+1 for the wikipedia tone. –  Chris S Dec 30 '10 at 2:57
    
Also explained on english.stackexchange.com/questions/13231/… –  aleemb Jul 2 '12 at 23:35
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It's sort of a meme about asking programmers to do your work for you. In retrospect it seems odd to have made it into an ad.

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