> >   x=$<.read;puts [x.map.size,x.split.size,x.size]*' '
> >
> > Trsr:
> >
> >   #!perl -p0777
> >   $_="@{[y/
> >   //,0+split,y///c]}
> >   "
> 
> This illustrates pretty well why I switched from Perl to Ruby. =)


I know there's a smiley there, but let's be fair; people don't
generally say they switched from C because of the entries in the
OCCC, and that is clearly an overt example of TRYING to be
obfuscated.

Playing devils advocate, if you switched from perl because a lot of
your perl code looked like /that/, maybe the problem isn't the
language. =)


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