Infinite is an interesting concept. As is finite. The number of grains of sand on earth is finite, but continually changing.

How many ways can “Just Another Perl Hacker” be written? One way is in ascii, how about as a graphic?

iiiiiii ii ii ii ii ii iii
You get the idea.
How about the following:
.--- ..- ... - .- -. --- - .... . .-. .--. . .-. .-.. .... .- -.-. + -.- . .-.
So the question is where does finite end?

Enjoy!
Dageek


In reply to Re: Infinite JAPHs? by johndageek
in thread Infinite JAPHs? by NateTut

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