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Man's ravings? No.

by vkonovalov (Monk)
on Jul 16, 2000 at 22:03 UTC ( #22778=obfuscated: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

Not very obfuscatory, rather seems like ravings. My native is neither English, nor Perlish (rather Russian), so my Russian ravings will probably be better :)
s lljustifyl and s zz s itinotig and s isit aig and s cucusco and s oiohogo and s eye pfl hackfe and s ufuerugo and print zegos

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RE: Man's ravings? No.
by Russ (Deacon) on Jul 17, 2000 at 00:40 UTC
    I don't understand why this has been voted down. A Perl script with no punctuation...

    Much better than running a bunch of ASCII codes through pack, I think.

    Anyway, vkonovalov++

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      It's not hard to write script with no punctuation:
      print qq zJust another perl hackerz
      The idea was (not completely reached) to write something English-like. OTOH I did what could


(jcwren) RE: Man's ravings? No.
by jcwren (Prior) on Jul 17, 2000 at 01:01 UTC
    While I agree with you, Russ, I think it's a matter that the author didn't make it clear that it was a runnable script. It wasn't clear to me when I first saw it, either.

    For the record, this does run, and produces good output (even without -w and use strict; <G>)


    Update:It works with use strict; just fine, but fails with -w. Still, it's tre' cool.

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