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Re: What would you put on a Perl mug?

by chester (Hermit)
on Oct 27, 2005 at 14:54 UTC ( #503359=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to What would you put on a Perl mug?

Quick, someone write a mug-shaped obfu that prints an ASCII picture of a mug.


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Re^2: What would you put on a Perl mug?
by jbware (Chaplain) on Oct 27, 2005 at 16:42 UTC
    With a lack coffee (ironically enough), this is the best coffee mug graphic I can muster at the moment. So I figured the least I could do was refill it. Unfortunantly the '~' only gets me half-full. And yes, dependent upon my mood, my coffee mug and beer mug look the same :)

    I like the aesthetic zenness of this:
    s/c[_]/c[~]/;
    But this one actually works:
    $_='c[_]'; s/\Qc[_]\E/c[~]/; print $_,$/;
    -jbWare

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