[Tutor] Unreadable code explanation
mark.kels at gmail.com
Thu Mar 17 17:13:12 CET 2005
I have downloaded some code from useless python that was writen buy a
guy named Sammy Mannaert. The code should show that python can be
unreadable, and it really is...
Can anyone explain to me how does this thing works ??
Here is the code (it prints "python readable ?"):
x,y:x+y,map(lambda y,x:chr(ord(y)*2+x),x,map(int,y)));print f();
(it all should be in one line)
Hope you can help :)
Thanks in advance.
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