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Charlie the Smiling Fish is Chosen by Seven People, Continues Smiling #

by why in inspect

The sad thing about this year’s International Obfuscated Ruby Code Contest is that there were more sponsors than there were contestants. No one wants to obfuscate, but everyone’s giving money to the cause. Fortunately, the entries this year were "nffm".scan(/./){$><<($&[0]^9).chr}!!

The rightful crap-awesome People’s Choice Winner has been announced, a fish comprised of a dizzying chain of aliased methods, meaningless code fragments and global variables. The whole thing is twisted and I cannot in good conscience tell you anymore about it. I got to y = [''*(?#-"0x14".hex)] and hung up my pantaloons for the day. Jan Wikholm, YOU DESTROYED MY RUBY!!

said on 19 Apr 2005 at 01:40
said on 19 Apr 2005 at 01:42
Here’s what I was supposed to comment first:

[83, 111, 114, 114, 121, 32, 59, 41].pack("C*")

said on 20 Apr 2005 at 02:55

just learning

“}jw%lv%kjq%d%s`w| vdc` `kfw|uqljk%q`fmkltp` ?(U”.scan(/./){$><<($x%x [0]^5).chr}

said on 21 Apr 2005 at 19:58

[’’*(?#-”0×14”.hex)] == [’’]

said on 21 Apr 2005 at 22:34

See, that’s just it.

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