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Had to -- this one as I can't get it to run. It just spews out

Use of uninitialized value in concatenation (.) at dominus line 10.
interspersed with the odd
Use of uninitialized value in hash element at dominus line 10.
man I hate when that happens.

Update: My bad. I didn't realise that the script has to be run with warnings turned off. But Dominus' standing notwithstanding (hey, I'm on his book mailing list ferchrissakes) I -- obfuscations that don't run correctly with warnings enabled.
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