best japh I've ever seen

Posted on 2005-03-07
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This is the best JAPH I've ever seen.....no complexity, purely innovative use of .....oops!!
posted by Abigail on www.perlmonks.org

$;                              # A lone dollar?
=$";                            # Pod?
$;                              # The return of the lone dollar?
{Just=>another=>Perl=>Hacker=>} # Bare block?
=$/;                            # More pod?
print%;                         # No right operand for %?

Please post how you'd interpret it. Also, feel free to post any other Japhs that you came across or came up with....

PS : Ozo, for purposes of this question, any approach like 'perl -MO=Deparser....' is banned. ALthough I dont think that would be any problem to you.......
Question by:manav_mathur
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ID: 13475442
use English;
$SUBSCRIPT_SEPARATOR                              # A lone dollar?
=$LIST_SEPARATOR;                            # Pod?
our %semi;
$semi                              # The return of the lone dollar?
=$INPUT_RECORD_SEPARATOR;                            # More pod?
print%semi                         # No right operand for %?
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ID: 13475471
that seems to me to be another JAPH.... ;)

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ID: 13475500
although you cleared a lot of things with
use English ;


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