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```#!/usr/bin/perl -w

@A = ( '/', '\$', '[', ']', '{', '~', ')', '@', '#', '_', ',', ';', '.'
+, ':' );
@B = ( '+', '-', '%', '?', '}', '<', '>', '(', '!' );
@C = ( 0 .. 9, "A" .. "Z", "a" .. "z", '"', '\'', '&', '|', '*', '^',
+'=' );

print "> ";
\$text = <>;
chomp \$text;

@text = map( ord ^ 42, split //, \$text );
for \$i ( 0 .. \$#text ) {
\$text[\$i] = 0 . sprintf( '%b', \$text[\$i] ) while length \$text[\$i]
+< 8;
@bits = split //, \$text[\$i] ;
for \$j ( 0 .. \$#bits ) {
\$bits[\$j] =~ s/1/x/;
\$bits[\$j] =~ s/0/1/;
\$bits[\$j] =~ s/x/0/;
}
@bits = split //, ( \$bits[4] . \$bits[5] . \$bits[6] . \$bits[7] . \$b
+its[0] . \$bits[1] . \$bits[2] . \$bits[3] );
for \$j ( 0 .. \$#bits ) {
\$output .= \$A[ int( rand(@A) ) ] if \$bits[\$j] eq "0";
\$output .= \$B[ int( rand(@B) ) ] if \$bits[\$j] eq "1";
\$output .= \$C[ int( rand(@C) ) ] if int( rand(100) ) < 42;
}
}

print "\n\$output\n";

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