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Re^2: [Fun] Exquisite Corpse in Perl?

by blazar (Canon)
on Nov 13, 2008 at 12:22 UTC ( #723427=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

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I personally believe I should thank you for taking part to the experiment: if nobody else joins say within tomorrow morning, I'll propose the next step myself, if you like, as an update to this very post. Then I'd go as far as and see which kind of "twitching mass of random code" got out of it!

Update: [Fri Nov 21 15:56:53 2008] here it is, and sorry for the minimality, but aqs you can see I've been procrastinating so much that I was beginning to think I wouldn't have done it any more if not so. Still, I think something moderately interesting may get out of it. I hope that the names of the variables are either illuminating or... pleasantly misleading enough! ;)

C:\temp>wc 6 23 142 C:\temp>md5sum 773de225d9053be5e311d9a4ed54bc43 * C:\temp>tail -n2 $c = trim("@tmp", $lastlen) or last; }

No open curlies!

If you can't understand the incipit, then please check the IPB Campaign.

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Re^3: [Fun] Exquisite Corpse in Perl?
by duelafn (Priest) on Nov 13, 2008 at 13:48 UTC

    Sounds good. Though, pretending that we don't know what happened in the n-2 chunk will be somewhat hard. Hopefully we find some other adventurous souls.

    Good Day,

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