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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • ...that lets you play songs down the mobile and they text you back the artist, album, etc.

    Don't know how good it would be off the telly for a french song

    --

    @JAPH = qw(Hacker Perl Another Just);
    print reverse @JAPH;
  • ... voice slightly changed between the sixties and nowadays. -- I know none of the songs you quoted, so maybe it's not "pretty well known" (at least not in France). This probably doesn't mean anything, I don't usually listen to the lyrics of songs, and I don't listen to pop music that much.
    • It was indeed Brigitte Bardot. "Ne me laisse pas l'aimer" is to be found on her "Best of" album.

      Judging from how often it occurs in the various p2p networks (namely exactly zero times), it is apparently not so known.
  • Puzzle solved, it is indeed Bardot song. Real hacker can find out by using par exemple amazon.de, search for Bardot CD and listen to sound sample. E voila!
    • Smarter boys visit the smart website. They then tell you, that it is Brigitte Bardot. Daniel print chr--$g+ord for'KWVX%GUW]RP^-^Tb]2[UXa\j#'=~m$.$g;