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Nothing special, but I thought I will post really simple JAPH just to do anything :).

BEGIN{''=~('RQKkCx0KF=/:^V/q_($I:&bl)ga<[H6!dqEkI]eiQ&s3+*dW&::ra8CE' .'0kpdA]?Lk.CZDT]n4:jDn!kpilJBWg*x|I5$fJS"ULkwImV>lmwsmR,(x|Lc9wAGT'. 'W;/BVGr42.hVnwk(sC<jv3QPP=]Q_nT!/!?BgRq8.K-)60Ag1wA-L!+A,HRV*:$r_E^' .'xXSH;BRyGb'^'zn0LdENcaoMnlev"lELwpn$Rk.&rcvpM<(n5cp;Byg.MgX=yZb@L'. ']XsmFUFOicXd1~%uiwhDxr4n/f<QUB.kf2fO^~kcB#;S>~[>n3qD1B52]okgZ7u__(m' .'agqfc$jzYsLl$k.:XYQalZ>krt)Mr#6T5GLHR`2mP~R2ONHGjUtEcZ>IAjP-<yqw`'. 'I82cTlj(v"uP:K') }sort print die q tie use require reverse scalar uc

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