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And so great it does not use the length trick:

s kdkchr oct hex hex hex hex length dbmopentutjavaisevilbutmarksegand s smschr hex hex length nooriginalideasegand eval for lc printmqqmbdujustmanothermduperlmhackerdnb

Small change (to fit in an sms):

s kdkchr oct hex hex hex hex length qr hypergeomopenclosehksegand s smschr hex hex length qr open cosegand eval for lc printmqqmbdujustmanothermduperlmhackerdnb

In reply to Re: exactly 390 bytes by ambrus
in thread exactly 390 bytes by Anonymous Monk

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    [Discipulus]: choroba i'm considering to add some connection checking to your CB tk program: something like..
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