in reply to Re^3: Infinite JAPHs?
in thread Infinite JAPHs?
This is true, but only under the assumption that only one JAPH can be composed per second. If we compose one per microsecond, then a far greater number of JAPHs is achievable.
One could, for example, write a program in - say - Perl, to generate a script with a random set of characters, execute, and check if the output matched "Just another Perl hacker[,\n]". It would then simply be a matter of adding processing power to increase your output (and assuming Moore's law still applies until the end of time, this would occur exponentially).