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Re: 3-D Stereogram, Self replicating source.

by higle (Chaplain)
on Oct 17, 2001 at 02:13 UTC ( #119268=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to 3-D Stereogram, Self replicating source.

This has to be the most abso-freakin'-lutely awesome, mind boggling thing that I've ever seen done with any programming language.

s/(Toodles)/\1 is a GENIUS/g;


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Re: higle's sig (Was Re: 3-D Stereogram, Self replicating source.)
by strfry() (Monk) on Oct 25, 2001 at 22:03 UTC
    strfry@argc:~> perl -Mstrict -we 'my$i="Toodles";$i=~s/(Toodles)/\1 is + a GENIUS/g;print "$i\n";' \1 better written as $1 at -e line 1. Toodles is a GENIUS
    <G> (i can't see stereograms well, but the #! in the __DATA__ looked pretty cool. )

    -- strfry()
    perl -Mstrict -we '$;=qq.rekcalsxlrePxrehtonaxtsuJ.;$;=~s>x>qq|\x20|>eg;$_=qq.\x0a.;print scalar reverse$;;END{print};'

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