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RE: RE: My obfuscation debut (part II ;)

by Maqs (Deacon)
on Jun 02, 2000 at 14:57 UTC ( #15989=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

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in thread My obfuscation debut (part II ;)

You said it that way that i made something hmm... strange. If so, I'm sorry. I have no any other ideas except of training myself in perl. :[

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Re(3): My obfuscation debut (part II ;)
by cciulla (Friar) on Jun 02, 2000 at 16:01 UTC
    Well, there are much better ways to endear yourself to a perl community than to post an obfusicated script that outputs "Perl sunks," which could be interpreted as "Perl sucks."

    However, giving you the benefit of the doubt, it could also be interpreted as "Perl monks."

      Hm. the question is why the results differ? Strange, but i have the proper result on my machine and afaik some other people too.

        Here is what I got when I ran this:

        [09:05:55 jhorner@gateway scripts]$ more #!/usr/bin/perl $_="0123456789";$_=$^X.' '.lc((split/\s/,(scalar (localtime(substr$_,3,6))))[0]).pack("C*",(eval( length$_).substr($_,7,1)),(join'',(split"",$_)[1 ,1,5]));print"\u$_\n"; [09:06:05 jhorner@gateway scripts]$ ./ Perl sunks

        J. J. Horner
        Linux, Perl, Apache, Stronghold, Unix

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