...the new picture looks worse, partly since it's -supposed- to be one of the self-generated patterns, and partly because it's just graphically not as good (eg. the dangling 'or' at the bottom looks out-of-place).
So reformat it. Seriously, I just took a quick stab at it. I don't have the patience or skills, but I admire them in others.
But I'll agree with you on the warnings. What happened was that after developing it under Windows, when I tried it the first time on Linux, I didn't actually see the warnings until long after I'd published it.
I apologize in advance, but I don't run any
program without running perl -c
against it first, even for trivial edits. Many programs spew data (or runtime warnings) causing compiler warnings to scroll off the buffer, never to be seen again.
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