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Well, it's October, and Halloween will be here soon. Maybe this is a little early, but I worked hard on this one, and it's finally done, so here it is. It should work on both Windows and *nix; I tried it on Win98 and Mandrake Linux.

It just barely fits in my DOS window, so you have to hit enter to bring back the prompt.

This is my second posting of this type of thing; any comments, suggestions, or criticism are welcome!

#!/usr/bin/perl $ q= "Ju stPe rl";# ;my@g= <DATA>; ;;;my$ h =join'' ,@ g;;;;$h =~ s/\s+//g; my ($a,$b,$c,$d,$ e,$ f)=split/:/,$h;### chomp($a,$b,$c,$d,$e,$ f );system($^O=~Win?CLS: "clear");my@a=split//,$a;my@b =split//,$b;my@c=split//,$c;;;;; my@d=split//,$d;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; my@e=split//,$e;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; my @f=split//,$f;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; ;;; for(@f){for(1..$_){;;;;;;;;;;;;; ;;; my$g=shift@a;$g*=10;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; ;;; $g+=shift@a;my$x=shift@c;;;;;;;;;;;; ;;; $x*=10;$x+=shift@c;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; ;;; print"",chr(32)x$g;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; hex ;; "hacker,"; ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; print"" ,"X"x$x;}; ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; print" \n";};another ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; print"\n\n";;;;my$g=shift@b ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; $g*=10;$g+=shift@b;halloween ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; print""," "x$g;;while(@d){ ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; my$c=shift@d;$c.=shift@d ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; print"",chr(hex("0x$c"));} ;;;;;;;;;;;;;; print"\n";$g=shift@b;booo ;;;;;;;;;;;; $g*=10;$g+=shift@b;bats ;;;;;;;;; print" "x$g;while(@e){ ;;;;; my$c=shift@e;$c.=shift@e ;;; print"",chr( hex("0x$c" ));};;<STDIN> ;;;__DATA__ 353433292520 18171602021504 04140606140 214041406150202160 3031 707081 815202529:1925:0202 0311192 9333509141009121009101 0192018 1917180819080815080804 080 909291911:4A4150483A204 A757 37420616E6F74686572205 0756D 706B696E206861636B6 5 7 221 :2848617070792048 6 1 6C6C6F7765656 E 2 1 2 9:111 1 1 1 1 1 3 3 3 2 2 2 3 3 3 2 1 1 1


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