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As requested, here is a quickshot reworking of this obfu with the correct nucleotides. Enjoy.
#!/usr/bin/perl -w use strict; my$a="ttbb bbbb Add d ddTxttbbbbb bbGdd dCx ttb bbb bbb bTd Axt tbb bbbbb bb+ xtt bbb bbb bbG dCx ttb bbb bbb Tdd dAx ttb bbb bbC ddd ddG xtt bbb bbA ddd ddd dTx ttb bbb bbT ddd ddAxttbbbbbbb Gdd dCx ttb bbb bbb bTdAxttbbbbbbbb b+x ttb bbb bbbbTd Axt tbb bbb bbG ddd Cxttb bbb bbT dddddAxttbb bbb Gddd ddd dCx ttbbbbbbAd ddd dT" ;$a =~s /d/-/g;$a=~s/\s//g;$a=~s/b/\x20/g;$a=~s/t/\x9/g;$a=~s/x/\n/g;print$a;

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