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JAPH Golf: 32

print "Just Another Perl Hacker"

Admittedly, not very obfuscated ...

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Re^3: Infinite JAPHs?
by domm (Chaplain) on Mar 31, 2005 at 07:52 UTC


    die"Just Another Perl Hacker\n"

    Ok, in fact thats the same length (minus the space), but it has more 'features' (ends with a newline) :-)

    -- #!/usr/bin/perl for(ref bless{},just'another'perl'hacker){s-:+-$"-g&&print$_.$/}

      Get one less character with all of the same features!

      die"Just another Perl hacker "
      Just embed an actual newline into the string :) And actually, I think the usual rules don't count physical newlines, so you might see it as saving two characters.

        -- #!/usr/bin/perl for(ref bless{},just'another'perl'hacker){s-:+-$"-g&&print$_.$/}
Re^3: Infinite JAPHs?
by cog (Parson) on Mar 31, 2005 at 08:52 UTC
    That's not a JAPH... the "A" and the "H" should be lowercased, and there's a comma or a newline (you get to choose which) missing from the end...

    Anyway, you could have ommited the space after the print... :-)

      Good, I'm glad someone pointed that out. The canonical JAPH (as used by JAPH #0, namely me) produces precisely the string:
      "Just another Perl hacker,"
      The comma comes from the fact that it was a sign-off at the end of my Usenet postings:
      blah blah blah

      blah blah

      print "Just another Perl hacker,"

      (my normal dot-sig here)

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