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Hi f77coder,

Many of these are not exactly one-liners, but figuring out some of these JAPH scripts (Update: also, super search, or of course) could be fun :-) This one is my relatively simple contribution:

perl -le "print map+chr 63+oct reverse,reverse+sort+0xbbddcb=~m~..~g"

There are actually lots of variations on the same principle, so naturally I wrote a generator script, these just a few examples of currently more than 2000 ;-)

perl -le "print map+chr 22+oct reverse,reverse+sort+0x21a111a=~m~..~g" perl -le "print map+chr 23+reverse,sort+0xe8a8ea=~m~..~g" perl -le "print map+chr -7+reverse,sort+(7*11*0xf7e9b)=~/../g" perl -le "print map+chr 59+oct reverse,reverse+sort+(5*7*94_61*3**3*2* +*3)=~/../g"

-- Hauke D

In reply to Re: what are some of the most powerful, complex, one-liners? by haukex
in thread what are some of the most powerful, complex, one-liners? by f77coder

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