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Data Dumper Japh

by liverpole (Monsignor)
on Jan 16, 2007 at 01:45 UTC ( #594836=obfuscated: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

It's been a while since I've written one, so...
use Data::Dumper; $Data::Dumper::Indent = $Data::Dumper::Sortkeys = cos log 1; sub Oxff { (chr pop)x(chr pop) } $J = (Oxff+0x32,0x23); $j = (Oxff+0x34,0x23); $/ = (Oxff+0x36,0x23); $A = (Oxff+0x33,0x20); $a = (Oxff+0x37,0x20); $, = (Oxff+0x34,0x20); $P = (Oxff+0x32,0x20); $p = $J.$P.$J; $; = "$J $J"; $H = $".$J.$A; $h = $".$J.$,; $z = (Oxff+0x31,0x23). $"; print Dumper { 'z" } __END__ '=>q^@^x12^'"9`,)6%20/,%',g=>' ',d=> "$A$p $p$z$H$/ $/ $J $p$A$j$z$j $/",b=> "$A$p $p$z$j$A$j$P$p$P$J$z$/ $; $j $j$z",h=> "$j$z$a$a$, $p$a$a$a$a$,$P$J",m=> "$J$, $j $p $j$P$p$P$/ $j $p $j $p$P$J",k=> "$j$z $j $/$h$p$P$j$z$J$,$j$A$j $/$,",f=> " $J$z$A$J$z $j$P$J$A$p $p$P$J$z$P$J$A$; $j $p",e=> "$J $p$h$J$H$p $J $J$z$J $p$A$;$H$; ",i=> "$p $j $j$z$h$p$P$j$A$j $p $j $j$z$P$J",j=> "$p$H$p$h$/$, $J$h$J $p$A$p$P$J",l=> "$J$,$H$J $p$,$p $p$h$J $p$A$J$H$J",c=> "$A$p $J$h$J$A$p $J$z$; $p$A$;$H$p",a=> "$j$J$z$a$a$,$J"}

s''(q.S:$/9=(T1';s;(..)(..);$..=substr+crypt($1,$2),2,3;eg;print$..$/

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Re: Data Dumper Japh
by muba (Priest) on Jan 16, 2007 at 02:32 UTC
    Heh, nifty!

    Also, it took a good second look to see the distinction between Ox and 0x.

      update: sorry about not using a spoiler tag...

      sub Oxff cannot start with a number...(without symbolic refs tricks like

      % stephan@armen (/home/stephan) % % perl -we ' *{"11abc"} = sub { print q[ok] }; *{"11abc"}{CODE}->()' ok % stephan@armen (/home/stephan) % % perl -we ' *{"11abc"} = sub { print q[ok] }; &{*{"11abc"}}()' ok

      actually I think the second form could work with less braces ...humm

      cheers --stephan

        You can't just omit the braces, but you can do this instead:

        *{"11abc"}->(); or &{"11abc"}();

        The first one works because you can dereference the glob like any of a scalar, array, hash, code, io, or glob reference. That is, when you do this, you don't explicitly need to take the right part of the glob with the *foo{THING} notation.

        The second should be obvious.

Re: Data Dumper Japh
by sgt (Chaplain) on Jan 16, 2007 at 10:16 UTC

    I like it!! thanks

    cheers --stephan

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