[erlang-questions] who won the obfuscated erlang competition?

Francesco Cesarini <>
Thu Nov 23 16:51:02 CET 2006


There is the beauty.. It does compile :-) Luckily, the author included 
instructions on how to bypass the bug and generate a beam file.

Francesco
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Logan, Martin wrote:

>I thought the rule stipulated that it had to compile?
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>To: Ulf Wiger (TN/EAB)
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>Subject: Re: [erlang-questions] who won the obfuscated erlang
>competition?
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>It was not announced. The judges called it a tie between Laurent 
>Picouleau and Richard Carlsson. Laurent submitted a Sudoku solver which 
>when compiled, did not produce a beam file... And Richard Carlsson, 
>through his ingenious use of the error handler, produced something 
>simple, but really obfuscated. We hope to post the results this week, so
>
>you can all have a laugh.
>
>Regards,
>Francesco
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>Ulf Wiger (TN/EAB) wrote:
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>>... or did I miss the announcement at the EUC?
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>>/Ulf W
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