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did this one when i was first starting to OBFU.

my($a,$b,$c,$r);($a,$b,$c)=f();sub t{$r=caller if eval{ord(71)};};loca +l $d="\xAA\x79\x53\x54\x44\x4f\x55\x54";"\xAA\x79"=~m/\xAA\x79/; t($&);my @z=('0','5','6','4',rand(10),'0','','3','8','4');$d=~s///;for +($i=$z[int(4+(.714287*7))];$i<125;$i=$i+5){$c=$a+=$b;$a=$b;$b=$c;__(" +\x0A");} sub __{$xz=pop;syswrite $d,"$c$xz"};sub f{return("\x30"+("\x31")*(((1- +1)+1)/(1*1)-1)-(int(48*0.020833333))), $b=(int(((ord " ")+1)*("0.0434782" ))),$c="\x5C\x78".(4+("\x2D". 1)).( +0),,,,,,,,,,,,,};

In reply to Re: Fibonacci Sequence by perlaintdead
in thread Fibonacci Sequence by skunix

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