Sorry. Couldn't come up with a better name. Heh.
Anyways, I don't much take interest in obfuscations that use a big heap of arbitrary characters and then do a pack or ord on them - although if it forms images, it can be nice. I like obfuscations where it isn't very obvious what really happens, and the trick is to figure that out. Having said that, my new obfu has a long line with arbitrary characters in it. Go figure. But please, go figure it out. I have a hard time judging if this is way too obvious or not. :)
The program takes an optional commandline argument, which should be your name, or defaults to "Dog and Pony". It will then tell you what it thinks.
use vars qw( $ARG );
# Amazing Regexp Grinder (ARG)
# Usage: perl arg.pl <your-name>
$_ = shift || "Dog and Pony";
$ARG = qr(
($_=~s/$ARG/JAPH/ || s/(\W)/\$$1/g && s/\$(\s)\$//g && s'([^/]+)'#$1\'
+) or warn "No match!";
print qq($') && eval;
Hope I brought a few moments amusement, at least. :)
UPDATE: Solution added.
You have moved into a dark place.
It is pitch black. You are likely to be eaten by a grue.
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