A couple of things that stood out with this geek stylecode ... Hrmmm, geek and style, is that a contradiction of terms in itself?
... Anyhow ...
- The ++ denotation within the whitespace around operators seems without merit - This is because while the prefix and postfix increment operands perform the same task, their order differs and as such, depending on the code, are not stylistically interchangeable.
- The == denotation within the whitespace around operators is duplicated by the gt denotation because in fact, after all, == is just another equality test.
- The variable and sub names denotation is quite neat, although I think the parentheses for plurality is redundant if px would suffice (where x is the descriptor code to apply to scalars, hashes and arrays) - For example, Vp(s0h0a0) should be able to be reduced to Vp0.
Very nifty though ... Juerd++
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L1 C2 P2 N< R1 Vc1a2p(s0h0a0)r0d2 Hsw2T sub-main
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