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Re: Re: Just another Bach Hacker

by benn (Priest)
on Sep 09, 2003 at 10:23 UTC ( #289975=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: Just another Bach Hacker
in thread Just another Bach Hacker

Not by hand, I suppose.
Actually, this one was all done by hand (as opposed to Just Another Larry, where I freely admit to using a tool to get my initial picture :)). I *looked* at some generated-ASCII-art as a starting point for the formatting, but with something like this (where, as halley says, the code is using compulsory whitespace etc.) it's near-impossible to automate. You just have to fiddle around until it fits. If you look carefully, you'll see there's lots of 'cheating' going on - the '+' sign in the middle of the downstroke for instance (where I would have loved to have been able to stick another 'sub' or 'for'), or the 'print join' in the automatic version would presumably have found a better 'fit'.

Glad you liked it,

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Re: Re: Re: Just another Bach Hacker
by chimni (Pilgrim) on Sep 10, 2003 at 04:51 UTC

    Ok now i want to learn how to do this stuff.
    Is there a tutorial somewhere in which i can learn some basics and get a hang of how to think in this direction
    If there isn't ,why dont one of you gurus write one :)
Re: Re: Re: Just another Bach Hacker
by eyepopslikeamosquito (Canon) on Sep 18, 2003 at 15:20 UTC

    Nice obfu! If you peer at the Snowflakes section of Acme::EyeDrops there's an example of how you can make composing these type of obfus a little bit less tedious, though it usually requires quite a bit of manual adjustment, unfortunately. /me scribbles note to add a similar shape to next release of A::E.

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