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Wednesday, July 04, 2007

Another quine

This quine is a lot like my first Haskell quine, except shorter.
(This one is technically not a quine, due to linebreaks, but it prints a quine when executed)

import System.IO
main=(putStr.map toEnum)p>>(putStr.show)p>>putStr "\n"
p=[105,109,112,111,114,116,32,83,
121,115,116,101,109,46,73,79,
10,109,97,105,110,61,40,112,
117,116,83,116,114,46,109,97,
112,32,116,111,69,110,117,109,
41,112,62,62,40,112,117,116,
83,116,114,46,115,104,111,119,
41,112,62,62,112,117,116,83,
116,114,32,34,92,110,34,10,
112,61]

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