There is a large number of J.A.P.H. programs floating around,
but I am curious to know if they have ever been golf'd. Of
course, most are elegant from a point of fantastic obfuscation,
but not usually in terms of economy of characters. This, it
seems, limits artistic expression.
Without the devious short-cut of calling the program "Just Another Perl Hacker" and
As in, the name of the script is arbitrary, and as such,
the code should be able to operate in a cut-and-paste
capacity, just like most obfuscations.
The question is, is there anything more economical than:
print"Just Another Perl Hacker"
die"Just Another Perl Hacker\n"
As far as I can tell, there is very little wiggle room.
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