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Hi there. Here's my JAPH:
#!/usr/bin/perl use warnings; use strict; my$k='my$i=0; foreach my $v (-4,26,10,-4, -104,-56, -61 ,-79,-94,-127 ,-152,-162, - 268,-245,-250 ,-264,-298, - 403,-361,-399 ,-429,-454, - 494,-516){$_[ $i++]+= $v; } join"",map{chr }@_;';foreach( reverse(12..35) ){$k="sub{$k}-> (\@_, int map{( int)x\$_}(1..$_ ))"}print eval$k
Shrinked version:
#!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use warnings; my$k='my$i=0;foreach my$v(-4,26,10,-4,-104,-56,-61,-79,-94,-127,-152,- +162,-268, -245,-250,-264,-298,-403,-361,-399,-429,-454,-494,-516){$_[$i++]+=$v}j +oin"",map {chr}@_;';foreach (reverse (12..35)){$k="sub{$k}->(\@_,int map{(int)x\ +$_}(1..$_ ))"}print eval $k;

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