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I am having too much fun, but here is another one:
#!/usr/bin/perl $_=q|trdKVO99Rhlokd:trdGSLK99O`qrdq:#o<GSLK99O` qrdq,=mdv'cde`tks^g<=Zrtaz#^<rghes:#^%%'r.[Zcnv mkn`c[\..+du`k(\|+&csdws&\(:fds'!gsso9..vvv-odq klnmjr-nqf.>mncd^hc<#^Z/\!(<}.;oqdbk`rr<!bncd!= '-)>(;[.oqd=.r:#o,=o`qrd'#0(|;sub AUTOLOAD{@_?( $_=~s/(.)\n?/chr(ord($1)+1)/egx,eval):AUTOLOAD( $AUTOLOAD=~s/\D//gr);}&split5and5and5chop6chop6

Ok, string mangling is rather unoriginal, but observe how small changes can lead to a very different result:

#!/usr/bin/perl $_=q|trdKVO99Rhlokd:trdGSLK99O`qrdq:#o<GSLK99O` qrdq,=mdv'cde`tks^g<=Zrtaz#^<rghes:#^%%'r.[Zcnv mkn`c[\..+du`k(\|+&csdws&\(:fds'!gsso9..vvv-odq klnmjr-nqf.>mncd^hc<#^Z/\!(<}.;oqdbk`rr<!bncd!= '-)>(;[.oqd=.r:#o,=o`qrd'#0(|;sub AUTOLOAD{@_?( $_=~s/(.)\n?/chr(ord($1)+1)/egx,eval):AUTOLOAD( $AUTOLOAD=~s/\D//gr);}&split9join9chop75chop88;

And there are many other possibilities, too.

I have to credit Athanasius for his help on this one.

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