```print\$"x(318%\$_/9),((\$_-\$`)%12?o:x)&(\$_%12^\$'/5?o:'}'),\$/x(\$_/85)for u
+npack<>!~/:/.C12,'XXXXXXXXXXXX'
```
```\$c[\$_*=.52,5.5-4.7*cos][8+7.4*sin]=\$`%12-\$_?\$_^\$'/5?o:'m':\$_^\$'/5?h:x
for<>!~/:/..11;print"@\$_
"for@c
```
```\$`%12-\$_?\$_^\$'/5?o:'m':\$_^\$'/5?h:x
```
```'ohxm'[-(i==m)^(i==h)]
```
```'ohxm'[i==m::2][i==h]
```
```"Dear \$name"              # Perl and PHP
"Dear %s" % expr          # Python and Ruby % printf-like operator
...
"Dear #{expr}"            # Ruby string interpolation
"Dear @{[expr]}"          # Perl "Baby Cart" string interpolation
"Dear {expr}"             # Perl 6 version of Baby Cart (I think)
```
```printf"%@{[.1*vec'XXXXXXXXXXXX',\$_,8]}s",(\$_^\$`%12?g:p)&(\$_^\$'/5?g:u)|
+"H

"for map{\$_,11-\$_}<>!~/:/..5
```
```"X" * 5               Python
"X" * 5               Ruby
"X" x 5               Perl
str_repeat("X", 5)    PHP
```
```5 * "X"    also produces "XXXXX" in Python! TMTOWTDI! :)
5 * "X"    ... but not in Ruby (won't compile: type error)
5 x "X"    ... or Perl (produces empty string)
```
```\$"x(318%\$_/9)        Perl
" "*(318%i/9)        Ruby
318%i/9*" "          Python
```
```r=raw_input()
for c in'XXXXXXXXXXXX':i=ord(c);print~60495%i/4*" "+'hxmo'[(i%12==int(
+r[3:])/5)^(i-int(r[:2]))%-12/42]+i/42*"\n",
```
```r=raw_input()
for c in'XXXXXXXXXXXX':i=ord(c);print~60495%i/4*" "+'ohxm'[-(i%12==int
+(r[3:])/5)^1>>(i-int(r[:2]))%12]+i/42*"\n",
```
```print~60495%i/4
```r=*\$<;'XXXXXXXXXXXX'.each_byte{|i|\$><<"%#{327%i/9}c"%'ohmx'[1>>(i-r.to
```<?for(\$r=fgets(STDIN).~XXXXXXXXXXXX;11^printf(~X..1*ord(\$r[6+\$h]).s,(\$