"Anguish": Invisible Programming Language and Invisible Data Theft

DISCLAIMER: data theft is a serious crime in many jurisdictions. The author does not condone or encourage anyone to break laws. The information provided here is for educational purposes only.

PART I: Anguish: The Invisible Programming Language

You may be familiar with funky esoteric languages like Ook or even Whitespace. Those are fun and neat, but I've decided to dial up the crazy a notch and make a completely invisible programming language!

I named it Anguish and, based on my quick googling, I may be a lone wolf at this depth of insanity. In this article, I'll describe the language, go over my implementation of its interpreter, and then talk about some security implications that come with invisible code.

The Code

Here's an Anguish program that prints Hello World:


Here's another one that reads in a 4-character string and prints it back out:


Here's code for a full-featured web browser:

Sparrow plugins development tutorial in Russian.

Sparrow plugins development tutorial in Russian. https://habrahabr.ru/post/300876.

Bringing my blog back to life

I've been busy, busy, busy. Blogging about Perl is one of those things I always said I would get back to one day.

Well, today is that day.

I'm not going to be a daily poster, but I will put my thoughts and rants up here from time to time.

A Date with CPAN, Part 9: Composition Defeats Inheritance Yet Again

[This is a post in my latest long-ass series.  You may want to begin at the beginning.  I do not promise that the next post in the series will be next week.  Just that I will eventually finish it, someday.  Unless I get hit by a bus.

IMPORTANT NOTE!  When I provide you links to code on GitHub, I’m giving you links to particular commits.  This allows me to show you the code as it was at the time the blog post was written and insures that the code references will make sense in the context of this post.  Just be aware that the latest version of the code may be very different.]

I create "Perl Tweet Timeline News" Web site

I create "Perl Tweet Timeline News". This site picks tweets related to Perl.

This is originally Japanese site. I add English information to this.

Perl Tweet Timeline News

Why do you create this site?

I search Perl information everyday. I'm Japanese. But I don't know what web site write about Perl. I want the site which I can see Perl latest information.

Personal blog entry is very interesting. But personal don't have power of advertise. Many information by company hide these entries.

I want to read the good Perl entry written by good Perl programmer. I want to find good topics. If anyone don't read the entry, the entry is sad.

Please tweet about Perl for many people to be able to read you entry

"Perl Tweet Timeline news" pick the tweet which contains "perl" or "Perl". If you write your entry and tweet by using English, You inform people your entry through this site.

Perl 6 NativeCall: Look, Ma! I'm a C Programmer!

A while back, I wanted to write a post talking about how Perl 6 lets you use C libraries without writing any C code. It was cool and clickbaity, but I quickly realized two things: (a) the statement isn't always true; and (b) I'm too ignorant to talk about it without sounding like a moron.

And so has started my path to re-learn C (I barely ever used it and it was over a decade ago) and to learn Perl 6's NativeCall in great detail. Oh, and I'll blog about my journey in a series of bite-sized posts. Let's begin!

Use C Libraries Without Writing Any C Code!

NativeCall is one of the standard modules included with Perl 6 that provides interface to C libraries. No compilers or -dev versions of the libraries are needed! And this, of course, means you can use C libraries without writing any C code!

Strawberry Perl released

Strawberry Perl is available at http://strawberryperl.com

More details in Release Notes:

I would like to thank our sponsor Enlightened Perl Organisation for resources provided to our project.

Sydney PM Tonight

Jobs! Hiring!: Staples is hiring 3x perl devs in Sydney. Click here to apply. Also another Sydney Perl Job, details here. And yet another here. Heres one in Newcastle NSW

Update: I have just received notice that Gary Ashton-Jones, a Sydney Perl Monger and long time email list lurker, has lost his battle with prostate cancer. A terrible loss, especially to his wife and children. He will be missed.

Staples have kindly offered to host us tonight (10th of May) at their offices (Level 5, 163 O'Riordan Street, Mascot NSW). This is their first time hosting so everyone be on your best behavior so we can come back.

Start time: 6:30pm

Its ~4 mins walk to the train station, on street parking is free after 5pm.

• Ivan Wills has offered to speak on his latest project VTide

• Llyod Fouriner will speak (more) on his adventures in perl 6

If you would like to purchase a Sydney PM shirt (pictures at https://www.facebook.com/sydneypm) please let me know sizes asap to ensure i bring enough- although i will have a few sizes for impulse buys. They are $30 each and cover costs around meetup.com.

See you all tonight!

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