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howdy! this is my first "regular" obfu (not counting some slightly opaque JAPHs :-), so please be kind and/or help me becoming a better obfuscator.

I originally wanted to have this on a t-shirt for YAPC::Europe::2003, but time did ran out under my feet. a t-shirt will eventually be made, sooner or later.

enjoy, and visit this beautiful country ;-)

use strict; use warnings; @ _=q*A*;my$ m ; @_[7,6]=($_[0] )x2;my@i;@{_}[1..2]=( 'T','T');@i=($[,$!,$]);*t::_ =\&t;$m=\$";$_[4]='L';$"="" ;$_={}+1;sub q{&e;&r};@ i=(u=>n=>i=>q(n));$i[4 ]=lc$_[2];$_[-1]++ for# 1..3;$_[1]++;$m=uc(uc( @i[2 ,].@_[2,].@_ [0 ,]));$_[3]= $_[5]='O';@i[1 ,0]=(qw(r i p)) [0,2]; $::{$m} = sub{_(&e(&d(&o (&{c}))))};sub _{eval"@i\" \" "};eval"sub @_\{@i( \$::@_=~/^.* ::( .* ?)\$/ix)}";&i&&&t ; *_::n=\& n;a(),&::l;{{&i} };eval " \&@{[lc$_[0]]};"; *X::=$/ ;_::n()&&&s();& _;ITA(0 );*X::= $/ ;$/.= '';# P()=>& q,&l,& _; s( u)(b( )); e(b( ) );$ _={}*@_; map{$_->_}(q(t)); &q(&t);*_::_ =\&{'!'}; _::_('EN D')

King of Laziness, Wizard of Impatience, Lord of Hubris

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