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It seems like writing obfus is an important step on one's way to become a perl monk. So be it, on my quest to educate everyone about the importance of using strict I present you my first (deliberately) obfuscated code.

Update: added READMORE tag -- the code looks even more ugly when wrapped at less than 73 columns. Can't let that happen at The Monastery Gates, right? ;-)

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