Dude, your first try isn't lame at all
! Its actually pretty good, and the output does justice to the effort one has to apply at getting obfuscated code. I have tried explaining obfuscation (and the beauty of it) to some co-workers, but they just didn't get it, "Why would you obfuscate?" Very fustrating to try and explain.
At any rate, its much better than my first try
. I wrote that back in the day when all was fire, and the great reptiles roamed the earth. As a matter of fact, its the first obfuscation post to this site. Not a very good one at that.
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