@q=([6,13,0],[1,5,1,10,11,0,7,14,6,15],[0,7,8,0],[12,8,6],[9, 1],[12,13,3,6,0,1,2],[12,13,3,6,0,4],[8,6,2]);@w=(0,1,2,3,4,5 ,6,7,0,1,2,6,3,4,5);foreach$a(@q){foreach(@$a){@_=split(//, 'tedusvnhabrycoig');$x.=@_[$_]}push@y,$x;$x=''}print '"';foreach (@w){print"$y[$_] "}print"\"\n";

Jouke Visser, Perl 'Adept'

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Re: Einstein was a wise man
by dze27 (Pilgrim) on Mar 08, 2001 at 02:34 UTC

    Well, this is the first time I've figured out obfuscated code (so maybe it's not that obfuscated?!).

    Spoiler follows: @q sets up anonymous arrays containing numbers which each represent a different letter. @w is an array for which each number represents a different word (there are lots of duplicate words in the phrase). Then the foreach loops iterate over each word, and then each letter is decoded by splitting a text string into an array. For instance, the first (0-indexed) item in the text string, t, corresponds to 0 in the @q array. A string is then built up for each word and then each word is added to an array with "push". Finally the result is output.

Re: Einstein was a wise man
by grinder (Bishop) on Mar 08, 2001 at 13:55 UTC
    Tsk, tsk Tsk. Jouke, Jouke, you didn't use the -w switch!
    @q=([6,13,0],[1,5,1,10,11,0,7,14,6,15],[0,7,8,0],[12,8,6],[9, 1],[12,13,3,6,0,1,2],[12,13,3,6,0,4],[8,6,2]);@w=(0,1,2,3,4,5 ,6,7,0,1,2,6,3,4,5);foreach$a(@q){foreach(@$a){@_=split(//, 'tedusvnhabrycoig');$x.=$_[$_]}push@y,$x;$x=''}print '"';foreach (@w){print"$y[$_] "}print"\"\n";
      I must most humbly admit you are right
      damn...stupid mistake

      Jouke Visser, Perl 'Adept'
Re: Einstein was a wise man
by gregor42 (Parson) on Mar 14, 2001 at 23:08 UTC
    Also, a brief note, you could save a whole 8 bytes of code by using 'for' instead of 'foreach'.
    Since 'foreach' simply aliases 'for'.
    But I suppose I'm just picking nits.

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