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Awww, what the hey.....TIMTOWTDI right?

use strict; use Inline Java => << 'END_OF_JAVA'; public class FoxTrot{ private int start = 1; private int times = 0; /** Print the thing */ public void DoPunishment(){ for(start = 0; start != this.getNumberOfTimes(); start++){ System.out.println("I will not throw paper airplanes in class.") +; } }; /** Return the number of times the thing will be printed */ public int getNumberOfTimes(){ return times; } /** Set the number of times to print the thing */ public int setNumberOfTimes(int number) { times = number; return this.getNumberOfTimes(); } } END_OF_JAVA my $Fox = new FoxTrot; print $Fox->setNumberOfTimes('500'); print $Fox->DoPunishment();
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Update: Just made it a little easier to read

Kristofer A. Hoch
Quality Assurance Professional
kristoferhoch@yahoo.com

In reply to Re: (TIMTOWTDI / Golf / Obfu) Airplanes in class by krisahoch
in thread (TIMTOWTDI / Golf / Obfu) Airplanes in class by Juerd

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