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#!/usr/local/bin/perl $who = $ARGV[0]; $who =~ s/\s+$//; shift(@ARGV); open(tomail,"|/usr/sbin/sendmail $who"); foreach $line(@ARGV) { $line =~ s/\s+$//; $line =~ s/\s+/\^ /g; $line =~ tr/[A-Z]/[a-z]/; $line =~ s/\./\.\-\.\-\.\- /g; $line =~ s/\?/\.\.\-\-\.\. /g; $line =~ s/\!/\.\-\-\-\-\. /g; $line =~ s/a/\.\- /g; $line =~ s/b/\-\.\.\. /g; $line =~ s/c/\-\.\-\. /g; $line =~ s/d/\-\.\. /g; $line =~ s/e/\. /g; $line =~ s/f/\.\.\-\. /g; $line =~ s/g/\-\-\. /g; $line =~ s/h/\.\.\.\. /g; $line =~ s/i/\.\. /g; $line =~ s/j/\.\-\-\- /g; $line =~ s/k/\-\.\- /g; $line =~ s/l/\.\-\.\. /g; $line =~ s/m/\-\- /g; $line =~ s/n/\-\. /g; $line =~ s/o/\-\-\- /g; $line =~ s/p/\.\-\-\. /g; $line =~ s/q/\-\-\.\- /g; $line =~ s/r/\.\-\. /g; $line =~ s/s/\.\.\. /g; $line =~ s/t/\- /g; $line =~ s/u/\.\.\- /g; $line =~ s/v/\.\.\.\- /g; $line =~ s/w/\.\-\- /g; $line =~ s/x/\-\.\.\- /g; $line =~ s/y/\-\.\-\- /g; $line =~ s/z/\-\-\.\. /g; $line =~ s/0/\-\-\-\-\- /g; $line =~ s/1/\.\-\-\-\- /g; $line =~ s/2/\.\.\-\-\- /g; $line =~ s/3/\.\.\.\-\- /g; $line =~ s/4/\.\.\.\.\- /g; $line =~ s/5/\.\.\.\.\. /g; $line =~ s/6/\-\.\.\.\. /g; $line =~ s/7/\-\-\.\.\. /g; $line =~ s/8/\-\-\-\.\. /g; $line =~ s/9/\-\-\-\-\. /g; $line =~ s/\,/\-\-\.\.\-\- /g; print tomail "$line "; } print tomail "\n"; close tomail;

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