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by pete (Novice)
on Aug 18, 2000 at 05:30 UTC ( #28412=obfuscated: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

perl -M5.6.0 -MLWP::Simple -e '*_ = do {103.101.116.112.114.105.110.11 +6}; _ (104.116.116.112.58.47.47. q-0201.026.0261.064- .47.37.55.101.3 +7.55.48. 37.54.53.37.55.52.37.54.53.47.37 .55.55.37.54.56.37.54 .49.37.54.51.37 +.54.98)'
Pete
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perl -e 's,, Another Perl ,,*"=*`,m,$,,print "@{[Just => Hacker]}"'

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RE: JAPWH
by Adam (Vicar) on Aug 18, 2000 at 22:59 UTC
    I actually voted for this because I liked the .sig <grin>
    I'm not so sure that obfuscatations should use libraries... even LWP::Simple.
      i consider Abigail's JAPH's to be the model for good JAPHing. in one of her well known ones she uses Math::BigInt. (as in this clpm post) Therefore pulling in a module is fair game. I went to her JAPH talk at YAPC 19100 and she gave these rules for JAPH's (which i hold to except on rare occasion) 1. short (preferably 4x80 chars or less).
      2. prints "Just Another Perl Hacker"
      I broke the 2nd, but its a clue :)
      Pete
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      perl -i -pe 'splice @a,rand $.,0,$_}for (@a){' #disorder file
        Fair enough. (I did, after all, vote ++ for your post.)
        Its a shame Abigail stoped coming to this site. She had some great posts.

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