echo 'main(t){for(;;t++)putchar(((t<<1)^((t<<1)+(t>>7)&t>>12))|t>>(4-(1^7&(t>>19)))|t>>7);}' | cc -x c - -o crowd && ./crowd | aplay
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By: mx4492
2012-08-22 10:15:27

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