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#!/usr/bin/perl # # A waste of brain power # $|++; use strict; use vars qw(%h @e @j $v $i $r); @j = qw( 74 117 115 116 32 65 110 111 116 104 101 114 32 80 101 114 108 32 72 97 99 107 101 114 ); open($r,"</dev/urandom") || die("$!: /dev/urandom\n"); while($i!=($#j+1)) { $v=(unpack("S2",<$r>) % 177); next if($h{$v}==$v); for(my($c)=0;$c <= $#j;$c++) { if($j[$c]==$v) { $i++; $e[$c]=chr($v); print "\r[ ".join('',map{my($c)=$_||' '; $c}@e)." ]"; } } $h{$v}=$v; } print "\n"; close($r);



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