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...or everything I know about obfu, I learned from Erudil.
(Yes, I stole some elements from my other JAPH, but they're not the important parts.)

This has been tested under ActiveState 5.8, Cygwin 5.8, and 5.6.1 under RH 9 so far.

```#!/usr/bin/perl -w
use strict;

\$|++;\$_='\$^X="42858384006578".
"798472698200486982760072656".
"775698200";;\$~=substr(\$^X,-1,
(2>>1));;\$^=(chr(substr(\$^X,2,
(2>>1)))x(substr(\$^X,-3,3)>>2)
);;;map{substr(\$:,\$.++,1)=chr(
substr(\$^X,\$_,2)+(2<<4))}(4,20
,32,44,40,6);map{foreach\$"(0..
\$~){do{\$a=int(rand((substr(\$^X
,7,3)>>4)));;}while(substr(\$_,
\$a,1)ne(chr((1<<2)+substr(\$^X,
0,2))));;;substr(\$_,\$a,1)=chr(
substr(\$^X,\$a*2,2)+(1<<5));;;}
s/\./ /g;;print;\$~++;;;eval(\$:
.(\'\$b,\'x3).substr(\$^X,-1,1).
\'.\'.(2>>1).substr(\$^X,-2,1))
;\$_=\$^;print;}map{\$_=chr((1<<2
)+substr(\$^X,0,2))x(substr(\$^X,
23,3)>>3);}(\$^X=~/../g);';eval;
print(chr(substr(\$^X,3,1)*2));;
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Update: Looks like I needed an extra line feed for some cases.

Guildenstern
Negated character class uber alles!

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