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very enjoyable :) a readable version exposes a mathematician and Knowledgeable monk:
#!/usr/local/bin/perl sub sub { rand 39 / 999 } sub O123 { printf "" . "\e[" . "%d" . ";%d" . "" . "H%s",@_ } sub l234 { O123 $|=1,1, "\e[J" } while (1) { $c or do { l234; $u=⊂ $v=⊂ $c=3999; $b=qw/39 9 1/[int rand 3]; }; O123 11*sin($v*$c)+13, 39*cos($u*$c)+41, qw+J A P H+[$c%4]; ($a++%$b) or $c--; }
Acolyte? Not for long...

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