in reply to JA(C|P)H

When researching The Lighter Side of Perl Culture (Part III): Obfu, I found some golden oldies: P(ython|erl) (suck|rule)s!, C is Perl, Perl is C. Oh, and I made a feeble attempt in TPR(0,0):

#include <stdio.h> #include <stdlib.h> #define strtol(a,b) strtol(a,0,b) #define $ /* use POSIX;$argv[1]=pop;"*/ main(int argc,char *argv[]) //"; { printf("%ld\n",strtol($ argv[1],36)); }

Lyon's Jerome Quelin showcased an octo-lingual (perl, c, c++, befunge, brainf**k, python, ook, html/javascript) program that computed the Fibonacci series in his YAPC::Europe 2003 talk. Sorry, I don't have a link (and I tried to find one), so if anyone knows of a link to Jerome's amazing feat, please let me know.