in reply to A Simple JAPH

This obfu is nice because it's hard to see at first what it will print. Allow me a few minor comments though. (I'll use spoiler tags to not spoil anything for readers who hasn't decoded the obfu yet.)

Let me list some specific good points of this obfu too.

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Re^2: A Simple JAPH
by Athanasius (Chancellor) on May 08, 2012 at 02:22 UTC

    Wow! Thank-you ambrus for such detailed feedback.

    Taking (most of) your comments on board, the JAPH now looks like this:

    $_='penflillggplmhlllpkolhmhgiokmpmhkegopckdlmlck' .'emhgeji';y,g-p,0-9,;my@x=map{-84+hex}m;\w.;g;my@ y=shift@x;push@y,$_+$y[-1]for@x;print(map{chr}@y);

    I should have mentioned an additional requirement I imposed on myself: the code runs clean under use strict; and use warnings;

    This is fun!


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