Nice work and sorry about the crack about Python's indentation rules. ;-)
Silly me, never
thought to google for "Obfuscated Python".
Won't make that mistake again.
Researching the next installment, googling for "Perl Golf" gives me
SourceForge Perl Golf
as expected, while googling for "Python Golf" gives me ...
a nice pair of ladies golf shoes.
Don't tell me Pythoneers play golf too? Update: they do now apparently (see also PyContest).
Update (2011): Surprisingly, Python has now become, by far, the most popular language in which to play competitive code golf, as described in The golf course looks great, my swing feels good, I like my chances (Part IV) (in the "Which is the Most Popular Golfing Language?" section).
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