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#!/usr/bin/perl -w use strict; $_='$_= three((trey($;)<<3)-((trey ($;)-3)*(3+3)))!three(($=-($=/3))*3-3)!three(( 3**3*3)+($=-($=/3)-3-3))!three(($=-($=/3))*3-3 -(trey($;)-3**3))!three($=/(3+3)*3+3-(trey($;) -3**3))!three(($=-($=/3))*3-3-($=/3))!three($= *3-$=-($=/(3 +3)))!three( $=*3-$=-($=/ (3+3))+(trey ($;)-3**3)) !three(($=-( $=/3))*3-3-( trey($;)-3** 3))!three( $=*3-$=-($= /(3+3))-($= /($=/(3+3)) ))!three($= *3-$=-$=/(3+3)-3*3)!three(($=-( $=/3))*3-3-3)!three($=/(3+3)*3+3-( trey($;)-3**3))!three($=+$=/3)!three( (($=)*3)-$=-($=/(3+3))-3*3)!three(($= -($=/3))*3-3- 3)!three($=*3 -$=-($=/(3+3) )-3+(trey($;) -3**3))!three ($=/(3+3)*3+3 -trey($;)+3** 3)!three(($=+ $=/3)/($=/(3+ 3))*(3*(3)))! three(($=-( $=/3))*3-(3)- (($=)/(3))) !three(($=/(3 +3))*($=/(3 +3))-trey($;) +((3**3)))! three($=*3-$= -($=/(3+3)) -($=/($=/(3+3 )))+3)!three($=*3-$=-($=/(3+3))-3*3)!three(($= -($=/3))*3-3-3);';s lthreelchrlg; y l!l.l; s ltreylordlg; eval; print $_."\n"; # third time's a charm

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