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Nothing fancy... just some spare time on my hands
#!/usr/local/perl use Create; DAY_1: { $universe = Create->new(); $universe->addLight; } DAY_2: { while ( 1 ) { @firmament = split $universe->existence, 2; last DAY_2 if $#firmament; } } DAY_3: { $water = []; $land = []; # Hmm... God should know better than to use an experimental # feature such as a pseudo-hash. Explains quite # a bit, really $firmament[0] = [ { water => 1, land => 2, } $water, $land ]; } DAY_4: { $universe->hookUpLights; } DAY_5: { push @{ $firmament[0]->{ water } }, $_ for( "fish", "cetaceans", "calamari (live and minus the breadi +ng)" ); push @{ $firmament[0]->{ land } }, $_ for ( "cattle", "serpents", "birds" ); } DAY_6: { $firmament[0]->[ $firmament[0]->[ 0 ]->{ ExtraStuff } = @{ $firmam +ent[0] } ] = "Humans"; # Ya see, he had to put humans somewhere to allow them to rule ove +r animals, # so he stuck them in the $firmament[0] pseudo-hash # Poor planning if I ever saw it... } DAY_7_AND_BEYOND: { sleep while 1; }

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Ovid

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In reply to (Ovid - Genesis) Re(2): If God wrote a Perl script by Ovid
in thread If God wrote a Perl script by jeffa

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