Your code sounds fun and yummy!
Do you still have it?
Can you copy paste it to us ;-)
--- Gurpreet Singh <tonysingh(a)rediffmail.com> wrote:
congratulations and all that.
But, IMHO, you /should/ have mentioned about the
contest when you
i did brother...
check the first mail when i asked u guys abt
obfuscation. i did
tell u abt the contest in that mail.
If you have first asked about obfuscation due to
learned more about the whole thing & /then/ decided
to take part
contest, it sure is an achievement to celebrate.
think it was slightly unfair... not that it matters
i hadnt heard of obfuscation before i heard of the
comptt. now how
do i get curiosity in something i never heard of.
plus if u are
thinking that i picked up some code directly from
the mailing list
and reproduced it there, u r wrong. the code came up
on the list a
day after the contest. if i had done that i wud have
got the 1st
prize , as the guy who did get the 1st prize did
things to those that were dicussed on the mail.
what i did was somethiong diff....
i #defined & re #defined functions like scanf,
printf, for , while
etc etc as coke, pepsi, chicken, paneer etc etc.and
to do a simple
things like printing a msg ,i jumped 4 functions and
my code was supposed to take a string from a user
and print it
char by char. i had 100 lines of code for such a
hope matters are cleared now and HOPE U R CONVINCED
THING WAS /FAIR/...
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