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Here is my first attempt at a multiple-programming-language obfu. It runs in perl and C++. Not very pretty though.... Can anyone suggest methods for merging two codesets?
//* print '';@_=<DATA>;$_[5]=~s /int //g;$_[5]=~ s/J/\$J/g; //* print '';$_[5]=~ s/A/\$A/g;$_[5]=~ s/P/\$P/g;$_[5]=~ s/H/\$H/g; //* print '';$_[6]=~ s/char /\@/;$_[6]=~ s/\[\]//;$_[7]=~ s/ i/\$i/g; //* print '';$_[6]=~ s/\{/\(/;$_[6]=~ s/\}/\)/;$_[7]=~ s/int//; //* print '';$_[7]=~ s/switch\(\$i\)\{/CASE\:/;for($i=8;$i<13;$i++){ //* print '';$_[$i]=~ s/cout<</print \$/;$_[$i]=~ s/<<j/\,\$j/g; //* print '';$_[$i]=~ s/ / \$i eq /;$_[$i]=~ s/case/\(/; //* print '';$_[$i]=~ s/\:/\)\&\&do\{/;$_[$i]=~ s/\;/\}\;/; //* print '';$_[$i]=~ s/J/\$J/g;$_[$i]=~ s/P/\$P/g; //* print '';$_[$i]=~ s/A/\$A/g;$_[$i]=~ s/H/\$H/g;} //* print '';$_[12]=~ s/\}//;$_ [4]= '#'.$_ [4];my $japh; //* print '';$_[10]=~ s/\$japh\[\$H\+\$H\+\$H\+\$J\]/ \$japh\[5\]\,\$j +aph\[12\]\,\$japh\[8\],\$japh\[13\] /; //* print '';foreach(@_){$japh = $japh . $_}eval $japh; // __END__ #include <stdio.h> #include <iostream.h> void main() {int J=0;int A=0;int P=0;int H=0;J++;A+=2;P-=1;H+=5; char japh[] = {'J','s','a','u','t','P','h','c','r',' ','n','o','e','l' +,'k',',','C'}; for(int i=0; i<5; i++){switch( i){ case 0:cout<<japh[J+P]<<japh[A+J]<<japh[J]<<japh[A+A]<<japh[9];break; case 1:cout<<japh[A]<<japh[H+H]<<japh[11]<<japh[H+P]<<japh[H+J];break; case 2:cout<<japh[H+H+A]<<japh[8]<<japh[H+A+A]<<japh[H+H+H+J];break; case 3:cout<<japh[H+A+A]<<japh[H+J]<<japh[J+A+P]<<japh[H+A];break; case 4:cout<<japh[H+H+H+P]<<japh[H+H+A]<<japh[H+H+P+P]<<japh[H+H+H];}} }

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