print qq'\u\L$ {\(J.$ {\(U.$ {\(S.$ {\(T)})})})}$ "\E\L${\(A.${\(N.$ {\(O.$ {\(T.$ {\(H.$ {\(E.$ {\(R)})})})})})})}$ "\E\u\L${\(P.$ {\(E.$ {\(R.$ {\(L)})})})}$ "\E\L${\(H.${\(A.$ {\(C.$ {\(K.$ {\(E.$ {\(R)})})})})})}$/'
               s aamecha.s a..a\u$&owag.print

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Re: Strung Out
by tachyon (Chancellor) on May 16, 2001 at 15:59 UTC
    Elegant simplicity, very pleasing on the eyes.
    # Essence of this script is the dereferenced reference construct # 'Just Another perl Hacker' == ${\('Just Another Perl Hacker')} print "Just Another Perl Hacker\n" if 'Hacker' == ${\(Hacker)}; # Each line is best read from right to left. The embedding of the # derefed literals make a clever obfuscation but repeats almost # identically for each block. Got one got em all. # \u -> title case next char only # \L -> lowercase until \E # \E -> end case # $" -> $LIST_SEPERATOR default value ' ', used for ' ' # Splitting the $" onto two lines is a rather clever trick which # removes the newline which is present in the code presented below: print qq'${\(foo)}$ # split line $" syntax avoids newline here "${\(bar)} ${\(foo)}$" ${\(bar)}\n'; print qq' \u\L$ {\(J.${\(U.${\(S.${\(T)})})})} $"\E\L${\(A.${\(N.${\(O.${\(T.${\(H.${\(E.${\(R)})})})})})})} $"\E\u\L${\(P.${\(E.${\(R.${\(L)})})})} $"\E\L${\(H.${\(A.${\(C.${\(K.${\(E.${\(R)})})})})})}$/ '
Re: Strung Out
by Anonymous Monk on May 16, 2001 at 15:29 UTC
    Wow, I didn't know that you could write LISP in Perl!