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Imre Polik wrote:
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> I think the best you can do about this is to ignore it.

The obfuscated code seems pretty firmly entrenched, at least at the
moment. But if every new entry could try to add a little white space
or sensible structure to the code, or demystify a variable name,
maybe we could evolve back to unobfuscated code.

Of course, nature dictates that destruction is easier than
construction, so we also have to hope that someone else does not come
along and obfuscate to take the lead again.