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Here is some sample output, though I find it easier and more rewarding to view when the script is running:
#           #           #           #           #           #           #           #
011 011 1 1 011 011 1 1 011 011 1 1 011 011 1 1 011 011 1 1 011 011 1 1 011 011 1 1
   0   1  00   0   1  00   0   1  00   0   1  00   0   1 00   10   1 00   10   1 00
 110  0   11 110  0   11 110  0   11 110  0   11 110 0   11 110 00   11 110 00   11
101  0 00  0101  0 00  001  0 100  001  0 100  01  0 100  01  0 1000  01  0 1000  01
1110 0  0 111110 0   111110 0  0 111110 0  0 11110 0  0 11110 0  0 011110 0  0 01111
 01 00111 00 0100111 001 100111 1001 100111 101 100111 101 100111 1001 100111 1001 1
11 00  1010 1 00  1010 1 00  10101 1 00  1011 1 00  1011 1 00  1011 11 00  1011 11 0
 0 1  101001  1  101001  1  1010011  1  100011  1  100011  1  100011 1 1  100011 1 1
  0 0101  01   0101  01   0101  010   011  010   011  010   011  010  0 011  010  0
 1011111011  101111111  1011111111  111111111  111111111  111111111  1111111111  111
 111011100 0 11101100 0 111011000 0111011000 0111011000 0111011000 01110101000 01110
1 0 11  11011 0 11 11011 0 11 11101 0 11 11101 0 11 11101 0 11 11101 0 111 11101 0 1
1 010111 1111 01011 1111 01011 1111 01011 1111 01011 1111 01011 1111 010110 1111 010
  1 0001 00   1 001 00   1 001 00   1 001 00   1 001 00   1 001 00   1 001 000   1 0
11110 110 0 11110110 0 11110110 0 11110110 0 11110110 0 11110110 0 11110110 01 11110
1 1 101100001 1 10100001 1 10100001 1 10100001 1 10100001 1 10100001 1 101000001 1 1
   010 100 1   010100 1   010100 1   010100 1   010100 1   010100 1   010100 1 1  01
000 1011011 000 101011 000 101011 000 101011 000 101011 000 101011 000 101011 0000 1
0 001    0  0 001   0  0 001   0  0 001   0  0 001   0  0 001   0  0 001   0  0 0001
 1 0   0011  1 0   011  1 0   011  1 0   011  1 0   011  1 0   011  1 0   001  1 00
0 11 1000  00 11 1000 00 11 1000 00 11 1000 00 11 1000 00 11 1000 00 11 1100 00 111
0 111 1101 00 111 1101 0 111 1101 0 111 1101 0 111 1101 0 111 1101 0 111 0111 0 1111
 101 10 1  0 101 10 1  0 01 10 1  0 01 10 1  0 01 10 1  0 01 10 1  0 01 100   0 001
00 11 1000  00 11 1000  00 1 1100  00 1 1100  00 1 1100  00 1 1100  00 1 0100  100 1
100 101101  100 101101  100 10111  100 10111  100 10111  100 10011  100 10011 0 100
 1000 1101 1 1000 1101 1 1000 111 1 1000 11111 1000 11111 10000 1111 10000011111 100
 1 0 0000101 1 0 0000101 1 0 000001 1 0 0100001 1 0 0100001 1 0 010001 1 01 010001 1
100  1001  0100  1001  0100  1001 0100  10001 0100  10001 0100  100010100 0 10001010
1 00110001  1 00110001  1 0011000  1 00111000  1 00111000  1 00111000 1 001111000 1
00 110   11000 110   11000 110   1000 1100   1000 1100   1000 1100   100 11000   100
011 10 0110 011 10 0110 011 10 010 011 010 010 011 010 010 011 010 010011 0110 01001
11110   111111110   111111110   111111100   111111100   111111100   111111000   1111
01 1010 0 1101 1010 0 1101 1010 0 101 11010 0 101 11010 0 101 11010 0 01 111010 0 01
001 010 10 0001 010 10 0001 010 100001 0010 100001 0010 100001 0010 10001 00010 1000
 1  11 101   1  11 101   1  11 101  1 0 11 101  1 0 11 101  1 0 11 101 1 01 11 101 1
 0 1001 1000 0 1001 1000 0 1001 100 0 11001 100 0 11001 100 0 11001 10 0 101001 10 0
0 010101 11 0 010101 11 0 010101 1 0 0010101 1 0 0010101 1 0 0010101  0 00010101  0
000010 0 111000010 0 111000010 01110000010 01110000010 01110000010 01100000110 01100
0 1  110000 0 1  110000 0 1  11000 0 01  11000 0 01  11000 0 01  1100 0 01 0 1100 0
11  01 01 1 11  01 01 1 11  0101 1 110  0101 1 110  0101 1 110  010 1 110  0010 1 11
10 1 0 1 0 110 1 0 1 0 110 10 1 0 1100 10 1 0 1100 10 1 0 1100 10 1  1100 110 1  110
  0011100 01  0011100 01  011100 01 0 011100 01 0 011100 01 0 011100 01 0 011100 01
10000  1110010000  1110010000  1110010000  1110010000  1110010000  1110010000  11100
#           #           #           #           #           #           #           #

Update: I have placed a JavaScript on my homenode that better illustrates the expected output

#!/usr/bin/perl -s -w sub AUTOLOAD{$_=our$AUTOLOAD,s,^.*::,,,s,_, ,,print}END{print chr 44} h(l_(P(a(u(J()),_(st())),o(n()),h(t()),_(er())),er())),c(a()),er(k())

In reply to Re: A Portrait in Binary Static (sample output) by ktross
in thread A Portrait in Binary Static by ktross

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