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Who said that Perl doesn't have a clean syntax? :)
join eval tell rand reverse ord chr eval split xor uc prototype eval lcfirst join chmod kill eval ref split sprintf reverse times xor not eval and srand tell sqrt formline eval ord lcfirst ucfirst length glob gmtime exp defined caller or binmode log ord abs lc sqrt study alarm split time or formline cos ne rewinddir kill chdir reset prototype split sqrt ord int localtime abs oct pack pop eq scalar print telldir open unpack return and unlink write chroot hex bless utime split chown split close rmdir join exp fileno getc sleep redo glob mkdir stat ne pack reverse getpwnam next lstat gethostent and getpgrp eq log ord time xor chr undef and eval caller and printf srand lstat chown chdir syscall open select eq -w closedir sleep chr split and quotemeta reset require ne closedir sleep chr undef or pack unpack length splice shift umask readpipe pos xor defined join system and die or do exit if defined require hex defined undef or sprintf localtime cmp time or abs time and undef and open exp getc fileno system caller eof rewinddir readpipe splice shift defined kill pop wantarray and readlink eof readpipe split eval warn join study abs localtime oct log time or reverse xor open 0; print chr ord while readline 0 ,;print chr abs length time for cos length getppid

P.S. Tested only with perl 5.14.2 and 5.15.5.

Edited: Warnings free; Added a comma and a new line.

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