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Re: How I Learned About Quines

by rubasov (Friar)
on Apr 16, 2010 at 11:23 UTC ( #835074=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to How I Learned About Quines

As a side note to your nice explanation: You are free to choose the ordering of code and data (encoding). If you start from code+data (opposed to data+code), you'll get a functional programming style quine, like this:

sub{print qq[sub{print qq[$_[0]]}->(q[$_[0]])]}->(q[sub{print qq[$_[0] +]}->(q[$_[0]])])

In a digestible form (but this way it screws up the whitespaces):

sub { print qq[ sub { print qq[ $_[0] ] }->( q[ $_[0] ] ) ] }->( q[ sub { print qq[ $_[0] ] }->( q[ $_[0] ] ) ] )

Sorry for the parentheses haters.

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Re^2: How I Learned About Quines
by mtve (Chaplain) on Apr 16, 2010 at 13:34 UTC

    very nice! sorry, couldn't resist to shorten it:


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