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use strict;my@c=(15,6,6,6,6,54,28,0);my@o=(51,51,51,51,51,51,30,0); my@m=(30,51,48,30,3,51,30,0);my@d=(63,12,12,12,12,12,12,0);my@r=(12 ,30,51,63,51,51,51,0);my@e=(51,59,63,63,55,51,51,0);my@s=(30,51,51, 51,51,51,30,0);my@i=(51,51,51,63,51,51,51,0);my@x=(63,48,48,60,48, 48,63,0);my@t=(62,51,51,62,60,54,51,0);my@y=(62,51,51,62,48,48,48,0 );my@f=(48,48,48,48,48,48,63,0);my@u=(30,51,48,48,48,51,30,0);my@k= (51,54,60,56,60,54,51,0);print C(\@c,\@o,\@m,\@d);print C(\@r,\@e, \@s,\@d,\@i,\@x,\@t);print C(\@y,\@x,\@t,\@f);print C(\@i,\@r,\@u, \@k,\@x,\@t);sub C{my@c64;my@c=@_;for my $c(0..7){for my $c64(@c){ push@c64,c64(2*${$c64}[$c])}push@c64,"\n"}return@c64}sub c64{my$c= substr unpack("B32",pack"N",shift),-8;$c=~s/0/ /g;$c=~s/1/C=/g; return $c}

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