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```#!/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.

In reply to Re: Mission: Obfuscation (1) by premchai21
in thread Mission: Obfuscation (1) by jynx

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