That actually has problems with large numbers (> native integer ?) Once it gets over 64 bits on my machine it converts to scientific notation... which throws off the conversion.
Never mind. Broken
Here's my whack at it - 232 strokes
+($2>1?$x[$2+18]+$x[$3]:$x[$2.$3])while s/(.??)(.?)(.)$//;say" is $x."
+;print$_=$x}say" is magic."'
999999999999999999999999999999999 is 231.
231 is 19.
19 is 8.
8 is 5.
5 is 4.
4 is magic.
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