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Re: My first Obfuscated Perl Attempt

by jynx (Priest)
on Aug 06, 2002 at 19:19 UTC ( #188124=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to My first Obfuscated Perl Attempt

For further reference,

There are many techniques for breaking up long lines, the two most common seem to be:

  • Concatenation
    Concatenating seperate lines together with the dot allows you to break things up, but it requires each seperate piece to be quoted.
  • Substitution
    You can also just run the string past a substitution that eliminates newlines, which seems to be the more common method for lines as long as what you have there.
Applying each technique you could either get:
# concatenation eval pack"B416","0111000001110010011010010110111001110100001000". "00011100000110000101100011011010110010000000100010010000100011". "00110011001000100010001011000010000000100010001100000011000100". "11000100110000001100010011000000110001001100000011000000110001". "00110001001100000011000000110000001100000011000100110000001100". "01001100010011000100110000001100000011000000110000001100000011". "000100110001001100000011000100110000001100000011000000100010";;; # -or- # substitution $_="011100000111001001101001011011100111010000100000011100000110 0001011000110110101100100000001000100100001000110011001100100010 0010001011000010000000100010001100000011000100110001001100000011 0001001100000011000100110000001100000011000100110001001100000011 0000001100000011000000110001001100000011000100110001001100010011 0000001100000011000000110000001100000011000100110001001100000011 000100110000001100000011000000100010";s;\s;;g;eval pack"B416",$_
Please excuse my penchant for making each line of similar length :)


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