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Instead of posting these separately, I'm just posting them here in one. They share the same underlying concept, two more so obviously.

```\$..=\$_ for( qw(^,?y,(.),:^ y?y ?@xz?:^ .?y .mvm.:^ :?y :grr::^ .? udvn
+'',(ebmv%
//,^ .)[1,0,2]:^ :?~e :^,\1:^ `^ &^'::^y?~f?@xz?xz@?:^:?~e:^,\1^,\2:^2
+^1^2::));
\$_=\$.;y*^y: @wx fez %db uvm?*\$q; auc ysh top jil=*;eval;print for(\$q,\$
+;,\$ .,\$/)
While this one shares the same underlying concept, it goes about it in a different way.
```s **lil*;\$ *= join '', sort split q **; s ;.*;grr; &&s +(.(.)).+\$ 2\$ 1
++ ; \$ ;  =
qq -\$_-;s ,.*,ahc,;\$ ,.= chop for split q ,,, reverse;print for(\$ ,,\$
+;,\$ *,\$ /)
This one's very similar to the proceeding one, but I liked the chop for split reverse phrase and wanted to play with it a little more.
```s **lil*, \$ .=\$ *=\$ _, s ,.*,ahc,, \$ ,= \$ _, \$ *= join'' ,sort split q
+ **, \$*; s
?.*?grr? ? s?(.(.)).?\$2\$1? : m:(.+),: ? s?.((.).)?\$1\$2? : s::\$&: ; \$ ;
+=\$ _; \$ .=
\$ ,,\$ ,= m,{?(\$1)},;\$ ,.=chop for split q ,,,reverse\$ .;print for(\$ ,,
+\$ ;,\$*,\$/)

--chargrill
```\$,=42;for(34,0,-3,9,-11,11,-17,7,-5){\$*.=pack'c'=>\$,+=\$_}for(reverse s
+plit//=>\$*
){\$%++?\$ %%2?push@C,\$_,\$":push@c,\$_,\$":(push@C,\$_,\$")&&push@c,\$"}\$C[\$#
+C]=\$/;(\$#C
>\$#c)?(\$ c=\@C)&&(\$ C=\@c):(\$ c=\@c)&&(\$C=\@C);\$%=\$|;for(@\$c){print\$_^
+\$\$C[\$%++]}

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