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@h1=("74", "117", "115", "116", "32", "65", "110", "111", "116", "104", "101", "114", "32", "80", "101", "114", "108","32", "72", "97", "99", "107", "101", "114"); foreach $haha (@h1) {$i++; $b++; $p++; $k++; $q++; $s++; $t++; $u++; $v++; $w++; $owow = chr($haha); print $owow;}

No, i'm not a hippie, or one of those peace'n'love guy...


I'm just trying to make 'beatiful' (??) things with my very little coding abilities...

@j=split(/2/,"65211521092111");foreach$k(@j){print chr($k);}


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