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Nope. Doesn't count, at least according to the definition on the quine page listed above:
I define a quine as a program which reproduces itself on an output device without inputting its source.
I think that most people who care about this would agree with the definition above. You could redefine "quine"; your task would then be to convice those who care that your definition is better. :-)
p.s. It doesn't have anything to do with obfuscation...
Use two parentheses: (Like this: :) )
Use one parenthesis: (Like this: :)
Reverse direction of the smiley: (Like this: (: )
Use angle/square brackets instead of parentheses
Use C-style commenting to set the smiley off from the closing parenthesis
Make the smiley a dunce: (:>
I disapprove of emoticons
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