http://qs1969.pair.com?node_id=86866

waaaaay to complicated for me. the best analysis i can do is:
```#
# use strict
#

use strict;

#
# the japh has one sub routine which it calls once
#

sub p{

#
# First we set up \$_. nothing dodgy here except it contains whitespace
#

\$_="\c];\a\3SE\\$\5!.\f)Ut4)\aHI\r\5\f%)";

#
# here's were the nasty delimiters start
#
# this is actually "y| \n||d;" which removes all spaces and carriage
# returns from \$_
#
# \$_ contains the following chars: (decimal)
# 29 59 7 3 83 69 36 5 33 46 12 41 85 116 52 41 7 72 73 13 5 12 37 41
#

y< \n>++d;

#
# do some tricky regexp stuff which actually evaluates to
#
# @_ = /(.{14})(.{10})/;
#

@_=/.+?(?=\d|\$)/gx;

#
# set \$= to 0
#

\$==\$|;

#
# transliterate \$_ so that it equals: (decimal)
# 29 59 7 3 83 69 14 5 33 24 12 19 85 116 52 19 7 72 73 13 5 12 15 19
#

y,"-/   ,\f-   ,;

#
# assign the string in \$_ to \$;
#

\$;=\$_;

#
# a transliteraion i can't decode makes \$_ equal to: (decimal)
# 60 58 47 42 62 58
#

y{;E!\a4.;@\0-z} ^</*:>nb^d;

#
# some semicolons
#

;;

#
# remove non alpha numerics from @_
# @_ = ('SEUt','4HI');
#

map {s}\W # }}xg;}@_;

#
# do a scary map on @_,'' to get chr(83),chr(52),chr(0)
#

@_=map{
chr( (\$==@{[/./g]}) ? (\$-=++\$=**3,\$%+=\$-)[0] : \$%/2 );
}@_,'';

#
# replace pairs of characters in \$_ with perl expressions and evaluate
+ them
# @_ = qw|W S R V Q U T P j n o k l h i m t p q u r v w s|;
#

map{
s[(.)]~@_=map{\$_^\$',\$_^\$+}@_~e;
}/../g;

#
# go through each char of \$;, doing a binary XOR with the string at \$_
#
# \$\ ends up equal to 'Just another Perl hackerJust another Perl hacke
+r'
#

\$;=~s{.}%map{\$_^=\$&}@_;\$\.=shift;%ge;

#
# slap a line ending on \$\
#

\$\.=\$/;

#
# print what followed the last regexp match
#

print \$';

#
# end the sub
#

}

#
# call it
#

p;