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There are times when I regret having created the form of the JAPH. This would be one of those times.

I fear that the whole obfu-perl was a direct descendant of my original JAPH tweaks: at least it would be hard to prove the contrary.

And as you point out, it detracts from the fact that there are far more clearly written readable Perl programs in the world than there are obfu-perl "programs". But what gets noticed is the ugly stuff. {sigh}

-- Randal L. Schwartz, Perl hacker


In reply to •Re: Obfuscation has no place in production code by merlyn
in thread Obfuscation has no place in production code by FoxtrotUniform

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