You call this obfuscation?
You make not use of context, you explicitely use
$_, @_, you never even try to hide
something... It's so clear, you just read it and understand
the whole thing!
I showed it to a non-Perl programmer, explaining what
split, etc did... I mean, we didn't even need
to run the stuff to know what it did and how!
Having all lines of the same length is not enough to
qualify, in my view... Except if you lines are 4
So that people stop downvoting me, here my shorter (but not
more obfuscated) version:
It doesn't read its own source code, makes use of the
fact that . doesn't match newlines, chains everything
in one statement, etc...
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