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The left hand doesn't know what the right one is doing in this JAPH. Fortunately computers are good for brute force attacks.

The obfuscation may be trivial to the resident experts, but the way it turns out when run was worth the fun of writing this JAPH.

Here it is:

@l=split??,q?Kvtu bopuifs Qfsm ibdlfs.?;while(!$s){for($s=0;$s< @l;$s++){if(!$m[$s]){$y=$c[$s]=chr int rand(92)+28;$y=~ y?A-Za-z?B-ZAb-za?;$m[$s]=$l[$s]eq$y?$i:0}}print++$i,qq?\t?,@c,$/; $s=$_?$s:0for@m}

Enjoy!!!

Dave

"If I had my life to do over again, I'd be a plumber." -- Albert Einstein


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