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Re: Mission: Obfuscation (1)

by premchai21 (Curate)
on Nov 19, 2002 at 02:18 UTC ( #214012=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Mission: Obfuscation (1)

Well, let's see now...
#!/usr/bin/perl sub p{($p::P)=@_;for$P(2..sqrt($p::P)){$P::p=$p::P/$P;($P::p==int($P:: +p)) && return(0);}return($p::P>1)};$p::p=3;$\=$,=$/;$P::P=0; p:for$p(1..($p::p-1)){p($P=$p**2+$p+$p::p)&& push(@P,$P)} for$p(1..$#P){$P[$p]=(grep{($_!=$p)&&($P[$_]==$P[$p])} (0..$#P))?0:$P[$p]}$p::p=0;$p::p=$P[$P::P++]until$p::p; $P[@P]=@P;$_||($P[-1]--)for@P;(pop(@P)>=$ARGV[0])||goto p; print((sort{$a<=>$b}grep{$_}(2,@P))[0..$ARGV[0]-1]);

Update: Thanks to jynx for pointing out the duplicates printed by the original version. Should be fixed now, and perhaps slightly more obfuscated as well.

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