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  1. > perl -el { { slurp(<$lwp = HTTP::Request->new(GET=> 'file:/etc/passwd');;>
    print $_);redo;};};
     
    john.swilting, Feb 15, 2007
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  2. john.swilting wrote:

    >> perl -el { { slurp(<$lwp = HTTP::Request->new(GET=>
    >> 'file:/etc/passwd');;>

    > print $_);redo;};};

    :-[
     
    john.swilting, Feb 15, 2007
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  3. john.swilting wrote:

    > john.swilting wrote:
    >
    >>> perl -el { { slurp(<$lwp = HTTP::Request->new(GET=>
    >>> 'file:/etc/passwd');;>

    >> print $_);redo;};};

    > :-[

    it is very small I do not have tries to make it go but when think
     
    john.swilting, Feb 15, 2007
    #3
  4. john.swilting wrote:

    > john.swilting wrote:
    >
    >> john.swilting wrote:
    >>
    >>>> perl -el { { slurp(<$lwp = HTTP::Request->new(GET=>
    >>>> 'file:/etc/passwd');;>
    >>> print $_);redo;};};

    >> :-[

    > it is very small I do not have tries to make it go but when think

    I have to test it does not walk but in 2000 it is odd Perl of the times
     
    john.swilting, Feb 15, 2007
    #4
  5. john.swilting

    Uri Guttman Guest

    >>>>> "js" == john swilting <> writes:

    js> john.swilting wrote:
    >> john.swilting wrote:
    >>
    >>> john.swilting wrote:
    >>>
    >>>>> perl -el { { slurp(<$lwp = HTTP::Request->new(GET=>
    >>>>> 'file:/etc/passwd');;>
    >>>> print $_);redo;};};
    >>> :-[

    >> it is very small I do not have tries to make it go but when think

    js> I have to test it does not walk but in 2000 it is odd Perl of the times

    you can keep talking to yourself and i am sure it will help a lot.

    why are you using LWP to read a LOCAL file? i am not even sure it is
    supported and even if it would work it is dumb. where did slurp come
    from? no modules were used there. what is the < before $lwp mean? why
    would you slurp something which has already been read in by LWP?
    that is a shell command but what are the {} doing? what part of that
    line is being passed to perl? why is there a loop to get a single file?
    why do you need to read a file from the command line? why would you want
    to read /etc/passwd?

    that code makes as much sense as your comments to yourself make.

    uri

    --
    Uri Guttman ------ -------- http://www.stemsystems.com
    --Perl Consulting, Stem Development, Systems Architecture, Design and Coding-
    Search or Offer Perl Jobs ---------------------------- http://jobs.perl.org
     
    Uri Guttman, Feb 15, 2007
    #5
  6. Uri Guttman wrote:

    >>>>>> "js" == john swilting <> writes:

    >
    > js> john.swilting wrote:
    > >> john.swilting wrote:
    > >>
    > >>> john.swilting wrote:
    > >>>
    > >>>>> perl -el { { slurp(<$lwp = HTTP::Request->new(GET=>
    > >>>>> 'file:/etc/passwd');;>
    > >>>> print $_);redo;};};
    > >>> :-[
    > >> it is very small I do not have tries to make it go but when think

    > js> I have to test it does not walk but in 2000 it is odd Perl of the
    > times
    >
    > you can keep talking to yourself and i am sure it will help a lot.
    >
    > why are you using LWP to read a LOCAL file? i am not even sure it is
    > supported and even if it would work it is dumb. where did slurp come
    > from? no modules were used there. what is the < before $lwp mean? why
    > would you slurp something which has already been read in by LWP?
    > that is a shell command but what are the {} doing? what part of that
    > line is being passed to perl? why is there a loop to get a single file?
    > why do you need to read a file from the command line? why would you want
    > to read /etc/passwd?
    >
    > that code makes as much sense as your comments to yourself make.
    >
    > uri
    >

    i am :-[
     
    john.swilting, Feb 15, 2007
    #6
  7. OT: Re: obfuscated mangled translated and tangled

    john.swilting wrote:
    > john.swilting wrote:
    >> john.swilting wrote:
    >>> ;};};

    >> :-[

    > it is very small I do not have tries to make it go but when think


    Isn't that sort of comment usually followed by an advert for Viagra or
    cheap stock?

    Cette sorte de commentaire habituellement suivie d'une annonce
    n'est-elle pas pour Viagra ou les actions bon marché ?

    Isn't this kind of comment usually followed by an advertisement for
    Viagra or the cheap actions?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bayesian_poisoning.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Round-trip_translation.
     
    RedGrittyBrick, Feb 15, 2007
    #7
  8. john.swilting wrote:
    > john.swilting wrote:
    >
    >> john.swilting wrote:
    >>
    >>> john.swilting wrote:
    >>>
    >>>>> perl -el { { slurp(<$lwp = HTTP::Request->new(GET=>
    >>>>> 'file:/etc/passwd');;>
    >>>> print $_);redo;};};
    >>> :-[

    >> it is very small I do not have tries to make it go but when think

    > I have to test it does not walk but in 2000 it is odd Perl of the
    > times


    WTFH are you talking about? Your text doesn't make any sense, it doesn't
    even form a valid English sentence.
    Is this some kind of filler text to get around spam detection software?

    jue
     
    Jürgen Exner, Feb 16, 2007
    #8
  9. Jürgen Exner wrote:
    > john.swilting wrote:
    >> john.swilting wrote:
    >>
    >>> john.swilting wrote:
    >>>
    >>>> john.swilting wrote:
    >>>>
    >>>>>> perl -el { { slurp(<$lwp = HTTP::Request->new(GET=>
    >>>>>> 'file:/etc/passwd');;>
    >>>>> print $_);redo;};};
    >>>> :-[
    >>> it is very small I do not have tries to make it go but when think

    >> I have to test it does not walk but in 2000 it is odd Perl of the
    >> times

    >
    > WTFH are you talking about? Your text doesn't make any sense, it doesn't
    > even form a valid English sentence.
    > Is this some kind of filler text to get around spam detection software?
    >

    He's finding it increasingly hard to get decent responses on
    fr.comp.lang.perl: every so often he announces (loosely translated) that
    he's not going to post anymore on the French newsgroup because it
    doesn't get any traffic and the "us" one is much better, and then he
    continues to post there and ask questions.... If it's any consolation
    his French grammar isn't exactly perfect either. That being said,
    neither is mine :)

    Mark
     
    Mark Clements, Feb 16, 2007
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