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This is my first attempt at writting a japh, so let me know what you think.
sub p () { #Look a p :^) use constant P=>' )'; #Another P :^\ use constant Q=>'* '; #Alright a Q ;^) substr(P,1,1); #There's that P again :^I } sub q () { #WOW another q :^O eval join '', split /./, s//rxlgcdjqfvbpsohduwyvcmbjdxopd/ & map { +tr/[a..z]/[z..a]/ . P | Q} split //; #Man, P or Q... how can I choose + :^/ } $, = p; #This is just too much of a give away :^( print q; #Just Another Perl Hacktress ;^P
PS. This might not work how you think it does ;^)

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