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| Autark, are you an Anteater?

No, I don't eat ants. Perhaps if they were covered in chocolate - but then again, maybe not.

#!/usr/bin/perl -l require 5.006; sub AUTOLOAD { &{(map{eval"sub{$_}"}qw{bless\$zot ${+shift}.=chr(+pop^ +32) ${+pop} print$^T})[index+(split /::/, $AUTOLOAD)[1], "T"]} +} my $zot; { my @zot = (2,97,85,84,65,82,75,2,0,78,69,0,2,97,78,84,69,65,84,69, +82,2); for(tie our $zot, (); @zot && ($zot = shift @zot);) { $# = $zot } }
Btw, what is the connection between metavariables and ants ?

Autark - not an ant, nor an anteater.


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