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local $"; while (<DATA>) { s/(\w{4,})/@l=split'',$1;@m=@l[1..$#l-1];@r=map{splice@m,rand @m,1 +}@m;"$l[0]@r$l[-1]"/ge; print; } __DATA__ Down that path lies madness. On the other hand, the road to hell is pa +ved with melting snowballs. Although the Perl Slogan is There's More Than One Way to Do It, I hesi +tate to make 10 ways to do something. And don't tell me there isn't one bit of difference between null and s +pace, because that's exactly how much difference there is. Randal said it would be tough to do in sed. He didn't say he didn't un +derstand sed. Randal understands sed quite well. Which is why he uses + Perl. As usual, I'm overstating the case to knock a few neurons loose, but t +he truth is usually somewhere in the muddle, uh, middle. Of course, I reserve the right to make wholly stupid changes to Perl i +f I think they improve the language.

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