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I think I would describe it as ascii "art," and not a perl program. Also, it is not very obfuscated, because it's function is obvious at first glance; it exits. Well, keep trying anyhow.

Update:I shamelessly admit to agreeing with, writing up, and taking credit for kudra's chatterbox commentary. ;)

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In reply to RE: this is a real perl program! by Aighearach
in thread this is a real perl program! by marko

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