- That will cost you a penny ;-)
- Such a competition would be nice since it's more "semantic" than "pure golf" and should yield nicer code.
- What about the semi-colon, I'd guess it doesn't count? It should be possible to automate the count using a lexer for Perl if it isn't sensitive to $$a vs. $a-> et al. differences.
- How about Croquet?
- At least 5, but I guess you held back a little ;-)
How about Polo, getting the task done fastest using Benchmark.pm?
Just my 2 cents, -gjb-
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