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After long and deep research, I can say definitively, the EGG has it:

#! perl -slw use strict; use List::Util qw[ shuffle ]; my $string = join '', shuffle +('A' .. 'Z')x2;; while( $string = join'', shuffle split '', $string ) { printf( STDERR "\r$string" ); $string =~ s[(CHICKEN|EGG)][>>>$1<<<] and die "\n\n$1 came first\n$string\n\n(Selfish lover?)\n"; } __END__ C:\test>junk1 OEQOLHRDFUWDXPTZBYVLTNWKFBVJSRMAEGGNUQIAXCSZCKIHJPMY EGG came first OEQOLHRDFUWDXPTZBYVLTNWKFBVJSRMA>>>EGG<<<NUQIAXCSZCKIHJPMY (Selfish lover?) C:\test>junk1 MWZCSLUKEATQYTHOWEGGMVPQYVRRJXBUAKXNDDHFPZJISNOCFBLI EGG came first MWZCSLUKEATQYTHOW>>>EGG<<<MVPQYVRRJXBUAKXNDDHFPZJISNOCFBLI (Selfish lover?) C:\test>junk1 BZPUIEEGGONAQRWOJFKDHDYCXUFBLWZHYMMVXSISTTJAQKNPVRCL EGG came first BZPUIE>>>EGG<<<ONAQRWOJFKDHDYCXUFBLWZHYMMVXSISTTJAQKNPVRCL (Selfish lover?)

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In reply to Re: Which came first? by BrowserUk
in thread Which came first? by Petruchio

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