# Best one liner
Taketo Konno
Tokyo, Japan
## Judges' comments:
### To build:
make konno
### To run:
./konno N
# where N is 0 to 255
### Try:
./konno 30
### Selected Judges Remarks:
This entry is a good one-liner to analyze completely.
For extra credit, what are the minimal changes to convert it to
64-bit integers so that it could print 32 lines?
## Author's comments:
### Remarks
This program outputs [elementary cellular automaton](http://mathworld.wolfram.com/ElementaryCellularAutomaton.html) patterns.
Try:
./konno 30
./konno 90
./konno 102
./konno 109
./konno 165
There are 256 (from 0 to 255) possible rules.
### Obfuscation
This program uses bit operations. I think
7&O<>!o+29
is an intersting operation. This isn't equal to
7&O>>29
operation. What is the operation doing?
### Limitation
This program assumes that the size of int is 4.
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