On Wed, 22 Aug 2001, Abigail wrote:
> Using a comma and a newline gives you 26 characters, which is interesting
> because there are 26 characters in the alphabet.

print @{{split//,"buitdtcsxrprlrhognqlvkshjhweoekeuctafanPaJy,r m e z\n"}}{a..z}

> Being the one who has given several talks about Japhs, I've decreed
> that a Japh uses the following rules:
>    - It prints "Just another Perl Hacker" with some reasonable
>      captalization, followed by optional punctuation (comma,
>      dot) followed by an optional newline. Some flexibility
>      in rules makes for more Japhs. Printing to either STDOUT
>      or STDERR is allowed.
>    - It doesn't print anything else.

So is this .sig a JAPH, then, or is it not?  :-)

# Ilmari Karonen -- http://www.sci.fi/~iltzu/

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