This tests if a number is prime. For example, with 13 and 15,
perl -e 'print "Prime" if ("a" x shift) !~ /^a?$|^(aa+?)\1+$/' 13
perl -e 'print "Prime" if ("a" x shift) !~ /^a?$|^(aa+?)\1+$/' 15
The first int walks up to her and say: “Hey baby, my VM or yours?”. She slaps him and he walks back dejected.
The second int walks over. “Hey cute-stuff, can I cook you ‘Beans’ for breakfast?” After a quick slapping, he too walks back.
Then the Float ambles over casually: “Where those two primitive types bothering you?”, he remarks.
“Yes, I’m so glad you’re here”, she says. “They just had no Class!”
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