As the inventor of the JAPH (and some would say "JAPH #0"), I would have to put JAPHs firmly inside the set of all ObfuPerls. It meets all the requirements of ObfuPerl (using unusual features, using features unusually, messing with spacing and alternate delimiters, etc.), and the additional
requirements that it print a signature line (canonical JAPHs printing my now-famous 25 character string "Just another Perl hacker,"
including the comma). I don't see anything about JAPHs that would make them not
ObfuPerl, unless you're talking about the most trivial versions.
-- Randal L. Schwartz, Perl hacker
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