On Sat, 6 Jan 2001, Dave Thomas wrote:

>      cc  =  %w?Tif\ 3\ hsfbu\ wjsuvft\
>      \ pg\ b\ qsphsbnnfs: Lbzjoftt,\ \
>      Inqbujfodf,\ aoe\ Hvcsjt.?;  b  =
>      "Lbssz Wbmm"; b.tr!("b-z", "a-z")
>      cc.each {|i| i.tr!("b-y", "a-z")}
>      puts cc,"\n\n\t\t--\s#{b}","\n\n"
> 
> 
> See, even all messed up, Ruby code is shorter ;-)
> 

Consider the set of valid ruby programs such that
each member, when fed to:

#!/usr/local/bin/ruby -w
puts "begin 644 rubbish"
ARGF.readlines.display
puts "\nend"

produces valid input to uudecode.
Just don't consider it for too long! :-)

> 
> Dave
> 
	Hugh