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#!/usr/bin/perl -w # Dreamy diary of a Perl Monk - matrioska code - this is <not> poetry $_='use strict; my$diary=24/5. For 3 Dozens of %{{algorithms}} we got $2,738; require 7.0.6; Another 257 $Mil to %Anna. We &keep aside $397 for Anthony. SSN+=6A3E7A25267A26753870683E253870683E257;And open GUTS "> ", 397A26266A7A397A75. This one will break the back of my old 386. Finally, we understood the real meaning of 6A3870683E257A397A2675707: it was a combination of 2696E74396D6B702540255B6D6B and hopefully had nothing to share with that other @line my Uncle Lou found in a drawer (Something like 70257472256B766364656626253031323334372675386F6A3870) Numbers are &dancing around me. 683 (Even 25386F2675386 +Forcefully!) 397839385F2673706. no CGI; $_=\We seem to remember that 697467675D262 was given to $Tom. Cool! 3867267($1)7725636464636564647665763965 is a @sequence I will /^never*/ forget. (Related to[++]) 76657663766476647663766576396576646563646465396 Begins now and I know 76637664S7665766376667 is following. Is it going to [end]? Here comes one more. 66576396B64647665766376667665762675273B7927686A2538397A266. Big beast. 757667272 Do you really think it is over? Not yet. Wait(). 3D7B2420227D613B622 Finally, this should be the last one. Is it? -No? 273B6576616C3B200. Ah! Yes. Now for something completely different:'; @a= map {$b=@{[unpack "c*",$_]};$b} qw(the dream becomes: nightmare); $a+=$_ for@a;($a*=3)-=2;($e,$d,$g,$f)=map {$a-=$_;$a}@a;$k=pack("c*", $d..$e).pack"c*",$f..$g; $h=pack"c",$d+34;$c=pack"c",$e+2;$i=pack"c", $d+35;$j=pack"c",$e+51;eval"$j.$k..$h$i";eval pack"$c*",$_;#or is it?

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