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Nice. Here's mine from a long time ago...

use 5.10.0; $p=japh;push@a,w();$s=j4;sub n{"8fbac6c6e252"};unshift@a, "b4d6c7ea52a7";$k=crypt($s,$p);$o="aeafa7cfdbd58c";@h= map{sprintf"%x",ord$_}split//,$k;push@a,$o;$a[3]=pop@a; $a[2]=n();sub w{"bcb3d8dec8dd"}$x.=$_ for@a;@b=($x=~m/..?/g); push@z,@h until @z>@b;for(@b){push@japh,hex($_)-hex($z [$n]);$n++;}say map{chr$_}@japh;

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