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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Not that I am a particular friend of it, but there have always been some attempts in aleatoric music. Using audio (as opposed to MIDI) for it has some advantages due to its rather analog character: Deduce some metrics from a piece of Perl-code and turn it into a wav file. The resulting sounds (read: noises) let you decide which code is the one with the most musicality in it.

    Perhaps some of the outcomes can serve as usable samples (drum samples contain a lot of noise): You sample CGI.pm, Parse::RecDescent a
  • That's Gary NUMAN.

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