A harsh lesson, so your discression is advised.

#!/usr/bin/perl # # Isn't this the truth? # # Being a slack, not verifying things no strict; no warnings; my $action = 'assume something important'; my $outcome = $action . ' as applied'; # And at the worst possible time # You learn what $outcome =~ s/^((.{3})(.)(.{2})).+/\u$1 made an/; # the $outcome of $outcome =~ s/^((.{3})(.)(.{2}).+)/$1 \U$2\E out of/; # your $action $outcome =~ s/^((.{3})(.)(.{2}).+)/$1 \U$3\E and \U$4\E/; # is... print $outcome, "\n";

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Re: Isn't this the truth?
by CountZero (Bishop) on Mar 29, 2004 at 18:45 UTC
    It sure is!

    Really, this should be in a category all of its own: Obfuscated Poetry.


    "If you have four groups working on a compiler, you'll get a 4-pass compiler." - Conway's Law