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The original concept was dreamed up by ybiC. He wanted to write an obfu that was a play on his nick (every letter lowercase except for the last). He also wanted to play with the normal "Just Another Perl Hacker" so I give you...

#!/usr/bin/perl -0777 use strict;use warnings; $_=<DATA>;s/\s+//g;sub ject{$_?10-$_:$_}; # of my affections sub let{join'',grep{y(a-z A-Z\0) # rent out something you are + renting {n-za-m N-ZA-M\0}}split//,$_[0]}; # take the whozit with you sub way{join' ',map{$_=substr # Eat fresh(TM) $_,0,-2;join'',reverse split # /me waves his hand as he s +ays /\0/,$_}split / /,$_[0]};$_=terfuge($_); # This is not the code you a +re looking for sub vert{scalar reverse split//,$_[0]}; # To destroy completely; rui +n sub tle{$_[0]=~y/a-zA-Z/A-Za-z/; # elusive; crafty or sly; de +vious return $_[0]};$_=vert($_); # return to sender, address +unknown... sub terfuge{$_=join'',reverse map # A deceptive stratagem or d +evice {ject($_)}split//,$_[0];join'', # spellcheck this line befor +e submitting map{chr($_)}unpack('A3'x # Lucy, we're home! (length($_)/3),$_)}$_=let($_); # I'd go to any lengths for +you sub lime{join' ',grep{s/\b(qu|[ # Inspiring awe; impressive. ^\W0-9_aeiou]+)?(\w+)/$1?"$2\0$ # and sometimes y 1ay":"$2\0ay"/xegi}split/ /,$_[0]} # why? because I love you $_=way($_);sub str{join'',map{ject($_) # .oO(Perlish) }reverse split//,join'',map{sprintf # you sprinted how far? ("%03d",ord($_))}split//,$_[0]} # did you get winded? $_=tle($_);print; # shows over now go home! __DATA__ 83003070900032 009920987023054 0440930520820909 00009920987082014 09890003400992098 70230020089000520 099 209

It employs what ybiC calls "Short Bus" obfuscation, hence the bus-like __DATA__ section. It uses some code that I borrowed from japhy. I'm not telling where or you might figure this out sooner q-:

In reply to japH by Mr. Muskrat

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