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When JAPH retires (v 2.0)

by Elliott (Pilgrim)
on Oct 12, 2001 at 22:39 UTC ( #118546=obfuscated: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

I had to rewrite "When a Perl Hacker Retires" to make it platform-independent.... and I got a bit carried away!

I hope you'll agree this is a dramatic improvement. Hey - it actually tells the time (ish).

#!/usr/bin/perl -w use strict $i=$l=0; $w9=(localtime)[2];if($w9>11){$w9 -=12}$j6=(localtime)[1];$hh=int(( (($w9*1* 12 *1*10/2) )+$j6) / (((90) ))+0.5 ) ;if($ hh>7) { $hh=0 };$mh = (38/( 17-6+ 9 * 3 ))*1* int(( ( $j6)/ (7.5) ) +0.5) ;if(1* $ mh>7){ $mh=0} ;for(; $i<93+1* 6 *1+1333+ 1;$i++){$t5[$i]=chr(32)}for($j=54 ;$j<1433;$j+=53){$t5[$j]="\n"}&r; @fc =(663,25,201,311,528,688,847, 1004 ,1108,1211,1313,1405,1344,1231,1067 ,798,638,480,323,168,69);@cf=(6,15,26 ,22,16,13,2,22,11,12,20,17,12,20,1,18,3 ,0,4,12,20);for(;$l<21;$l++){$t5[$fc[$l]] =$cloak[$cf[$l]]}@m=qw(133 637 53 | 134 \\ 132 / 299 637 52 / 246 _ 300 | 664 682 1 - 682 > 682 > 717 1130 54 \\ 1148 - 1096 | 716 1220 53 | 1192 \\ 1194 / 715 1167 52 / 1130 | 1132 _ 645 663 1 - 644 < 644 < 285 610 54 \\ 284 | 232 _);@h=qw(345 637 53 | 346 \\ 344 / 455 637 52 / 402 _ 456 | 664 674 1 - 674 > 674 > 717 971 54 \\ 986 - 934 | 716 1061 53 | 1033 \\ 1035 / 715 952 52 / 922 | 924 _ 653 663 1 - 652 < 652 < 447 610 54 \\ 446 | 394 _); sub r{$t5[88]=chr(117);@cloak=split( //,"cloak");@legend=split(//, #### #### "### When JAPH retires ###" #### (by Elliott) #### #### #### );push@cloak,@legend;}for($m= $m[$mh*8+0];$m<$m[$mh*8+1];$m+=$m[$mh*8+2 ]){$t5[$m]=$m[$mh*8+3]}$t5[$m[$mh*8+4]]=$ m[$mh*8+5];$t5[$m[$mh*8+6]]=$m[$mh*8+7] ;for($h=$h[$hh*8+0];$h<$h[$hh*8+1];$h+= $h[$hh*8+2]){$t5[$h]=$h[$hh*8+3]}$t5[$h [$hh*8+4]]=$h[$hh*8+5];$t5[$h[$hh*8+6]]=$ h[$hh*8+7 ];foreach (@t5){ print}

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Re: When JAPH retires (v 2.0)
by blakem (Monsignor) on Oct 12, 2001 at 22:46 UTC
    It looks like you have a slight bug around line 15.... &amp; should be simply &
    After making that small change, it worked great on my unix box. Well done.

    -Blake

      Oh rats! That must have been put in by the Monastery code parser.

      I'll see if I can edit it.

      Later: All fixed.
      Thanks for pointing it out. I am baffled why it did that, yet let me edit it out.
        very nice
Re: When JAPH retires (v 2.0)
by Schmunzie (Acolyte) on Apr 05, 2015 at 10:43 UTC
    So pleased to have found this again.

    I don't know why I included "use Strict" - it definitely is not wanted. I'd edit it if I could find a way back into my old account.

      That use of use strict with arguments appears in at least one other obfu. It used to be a valid no-op in older perls, but it errors out since perl 5.8.1.

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