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Unfortunately, the last several entries are all missing newlines, which makes the output very hard to read.

It seems like such output is just a little too golfed!

Update:  Otherwise, you can still make it shorter:

```die+map{(Fizz)[\$_%3].(Buzz)[\$_%5]||\$_}1..100

Update 2:  As Sidhekin pointed out to me, the -l switch makes the newline problems go away.

On an unrelated note, I thought it would be fun writing a version that doesn't use the modulo operator (%).  Originally I tried golfing it, but it didn't golf well, so here's an easy-to-read version, which makes use of divisibility tests:

```use strict;
use warnings;

sub divisible_by_3 {
my \$num = shift;
while (length(\$num) > 1) {
my \$sum = 0;
map { \$sum += \$_ } split '', \$num;
\$num = \$sum;
}
return \$num =~ /^[0369]\$/;
}

sub divisible_by_5 {
my \$num = shift;
return (\$num =~ /[05]\$/);
}

sub divisible_by_15 {
my \$num = shift;
return (divisible_by_3(\$num) and divisible_by_5(\$num));
}

foreach (1 .. 100) {
printf "%s\n",
divisible_by_15(\$_)? "fizzbuzz":
divisible_by_3(\$_)?  "fizz":
divisible_by_5(\$_)?  "buzz":
\$_;
}

s''(q.S:\$/9=(T1';s;(..)(..);\$..=substr+crypt(\$1,\$2),2,3;eg;print\$..\$/

In reply to Re^3: Golf Challenge: FizzBuzz by liverpole
in thread Golf Challenge: FizzBuzz by Ovid

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