8 added 78 characters in body
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Perl 5 + Perligata, 173 bytes

145 bytes, plus 28 for -MLingua::Romana::Perligata

Use as perl -MLingua::Romana::Perligata foo.pl; input (from stdin) and output (to stdout) are underscore-separated strings of decimal integers. Tested on Strawberry 5.20.2 with version 0.6 of Perligata, released two days ago; I don't know whether it works with Perligata version 0.50.

huic vestibulo perlegementum da.his _ scindementa da.per in his fac sic
si recidementum hoc tum II fac sic I exi cis
hoc tum _ egresso scribe
cis

Obviously this is clear as a bell. In case it's not, run it with -MLingua::Romana::Perligata=converte instead of -MLingua::Romana::Perligata, and perl will, instead of running the script, output a translation into regular Perl:

 $_ = Lingua::Romana::Perligata::getline (*STDIN );
 @_ = split ( '_');
for $_ (@_) {if ( ($_ % 2)) {exit ( 1)}
;
print (STDOUT $_, '_')}

For a token-by-token analysis, use -MLingua::Romana::Perligata=discribe.


Golfing notes:

  • It seems from the documentation that ultimus si recidementum hoc tum II fac. would work instead of si recidementum hoc tum II fac sic ultimus cis, saving 7 bytes. But it doesn't (it gives a "iussa absentia" error).
  • Undocumented (but unsurprising), you don't need a space after ..
  • (Also unsurprising,) scinde doesn't need a second argument, and uses hoc. Alas, exi needs an argument.
  • Instead of huic vestibulo perlegementum da, I tried -pMLingua::Romana::Perligata, but couldn't get it to work.

Just for kicks (although this whole answer was just for kicks):

  • After cleaning it up to Huic vestibulo perlegementum da. His lacunam scindementa da. Per in his fac sic si recidementum hoc tum II fac sic I exi cis. Hoc tum lacunam egresso scribe cis., Google Translate gives This court perlegementum grant. His gap scindementa grant. 2 By that time, do so in the following 1, Go out and do so if recidementum on this side. This was the gap as soon as write on this side..

Perl 5 + Perligata, 173 bytes

145 bytes, plus 28 for -MLingua::Romana::Perligata

Use as perl -MLingua::Romana::Perligata foo.pl; input (from stdin) and output (to stdout) are underscore-separated strings of decimal integers. Tested on Strawberry 5.20.2 with version 0.6 of Perligata, released two days ago; I don't know whether it works with Perligata version 0.50.

huic vestibulo perlegementum da.his _ scindementa da.per in his fac sic
si recidementum hoc tum II fac sic I exi cis
hoc tum _ egresso scribe
cis

Obviously this is clear as a bell. In case it's not, run it with -MLingua::Romana::Perligata=converte instead of -MLingua::Romana::Perligata, and perl will, instead of running the script, output a translation into regular Perl:

 $_ = Lingua::Romana::Perligata::getline (*STDIN );
 @_ = split ( '_');
for $_ (@_) {if ( ($_ % 2)) {exit ( 1)}
;
print (STDOUT $_, '_')}

Golfing notes:

  • It seems from the documentation that ultimus si recidementum hoc tum II fac. would work instead of si recidementum hoc tum II fac sic ultimus cis, saving 7 bytes. But it doesn't (it gives a "iussa absentia" error).
  • Undocumented (but unsurprising), you don't need a space after ..
  • (Also unsurprising,) scinde doesn't need a second argument, and uses hoc. Alas, exi needs an argument.
  • Instead of huic vestibulo perlegementum da, I tried -pMLingua::Romana::Perligata, but couldn't get it to work.

Just for kicks (although this whole answer was just for kicks):

  • After cleaning it up to Huic vestibulo perlegementum da. His lacunam scindementa da. Per in his fac sic si recidementum hoc tum II fac sic I exi cis. Hoc tum lacunam egresso scribe cis., Google Translate gives This court perlegementum grant. His gap scindementa grant. 2 By that time, do so in the following 1, Go out and do so if recidementum on this side. This was the gap as soon as write on this side..

Perl 5 + Perligata, 173 bytes

145 bytes, plus 28 for -MLingua::Romana::Perligata

Use as perl -MLingua::Romana::Perligata foo.pl; input (from stdin) and output (to stdout) are underscore-separated strings of decimal integers. Tested on Strawberry 5.20.2 with version 0.6 of Perligata, released two days ago; I don't know whether it works with Perligata version 0.50.

huic vestibulo perlegementum da.his _ scindementa da.per in his fac sic
si recidementum hoc tum II fac sic I exi cis
hoc tum _ egresso scribe
cis

Obviously this is clear as a bell. In case it's not, run it with -MLingua::Romana::Perligata=converte instead of -MLingua::Romana::Perligata, and perl will, instead of running the script, output a translation into regular Perl:

 $_ = Lingua::Romana::Perligata::getline (*STDIN );
 @_ = split ( '_');
for $_ (@_) {if ( ($_ % 2)) {exit ( 1)}
;
print (STDOUT $_, '_')}

For a token-by-token analysis, use -MLingua::Romana::Perligata=discribe.


Golfing notes:

  • It seems from the documentation that ultimus si recidementum hoc tum II fac. would work instead of si recidementum hoc tum II fac sic ultimus cis, saving 7 bytes. But it doesn't (it gives a "iussa absentia" error).
  • Undocumented (but unsurprising), you don't need a space after ..
  • (Also unsurprising,) scinde doesn't need a second argument, and uses hoc. Alas, exi needs an argument.
  • Instead of huic vestibulo perlegementum da, I tried -pMLingua::Romana::Perligata, but couldn't get it to work.

Just for kicks (although this whole answer was just for kicks):

  • After cleaning it up to Huic vestibulo perlegementum da. His lacunam scindementa da. Per in his fac sic si recidementum hoc tum II fac sic I exi cis. Hoc tum lacunam egresso scribe cis., Google Translate gives This court perlegementum grant. His gap scindementa grant. 2 By that time, do so in the following 1, Go out and do so if recidementum on this side. This was the gap as soon as write on this side..
7 save 2 more bytes
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Perl 5 + Perligata, 175173 bytes

147145 bytes, plus 28 for -MLingua::Romana::Perligata

Use as perl -MLingua::Romana::Perligata foo.pl; input (from stdin) and output (to stdout) are underscore-separated strings of decimal integers. Tested on Strawberry 5.20.2 with version 0.6 of Perligata, released two days ago; I don't know whether it works with Perligata version 0.50.

huic vestibulo perlegementum da.his _ scindementa da.per in his fac sic
si recidementum hoc tum II fac sic ultimusI exi cis
hoc tum _ egresso scribe
cis

Obviously this is clear as a bell. In case it's not, run it with -MLingua::Romana::Perligata=converte instead of -MLingua::Romana::Perligata, and perl will, instead of running the script, output a translation into regular Perl:

 $_ = Lingua::Romana::Perligata::getline (*STDIN );
 @_ = split ( '_');
for $_ (@_) {if ( ($_ % 2)) {lastexit ( 1)}
;
print (STDOUT $_, '_')}

Golfing notes:

  • It seems from the documentation that ultimus si recidementum hoc tum II fac. would work instead of si recidementum hoc tum II fac sic ultimus cis, saving 7 bytes. But it doesn't (it gives a "iussa absentia" error).
  • Undocumented (but unsurprising), you don't need a space after ..
  • (Also unsurprising,) scinde doesn't need a second argument, and uses hoc. Alas, exi needs an argument.
  • Instead of huic vestibulo perlegementum da, I tried -pMLingua::Romana::Perligata, but couldn't get it to work.

Just for kicks (although this whole answer was just for kicks):

  • After cleaning it up to Huic vestibulo perlegementum da. His lacunam scindementa da. Per in his fac sic si recidementum hoc tum II fac sic ultimusI exi cis. Hoc tum lacunam egresso scribe cis., Google Translate gives This court perlegementum grant. His gap scindementa grant. Through2 theseBy that time, do so ifin youthe dofollowing this1, thenGo 2out recidementumand do so theif lastrecidementum on this side. This was the gap as soon as write on this side..

Perl 5 + Perligata, 175 bytes

147 bytes, plus 28 for -MLingua::Romana::Perligata

Use as perl -MLingua::Romana::Perligata foo.pl; input (from stdin) and output (to stdout) are underscore-separated strings of decimal integers. Tested on Strawberry 5.20.2 with version 0.6 of Perligata, released two days ago; I don't know whether it works with Perligata version 0.50.

huic vestibulo perlegementum da.his _ scindementa da.per in his fac sic
si recidementum hoc tum II fac sic ultimus cis
hoc tum _ egresso scribe
cis

Obviously this is clear as a bell. In case it's not, run it with -MLingua::Romana::Perligata=converte instead of -MLingua::Romana::Perligata, and perl will, instead of running the script, output a translation into regular Perl:

 $_ = Lingua::Romana::Perligata::getline (*STDIN );
 @_ = split ( '_');
for $_ (@_) {if ( ($_ % 2)) {last ( )}
;
print (STDOUT $_, '_')}

Golfing notes:

  • It seems from the documentation that ultimus si recidementum hoc tum II fac. would work instead of si recidementum hoc tum II fac sic ultimus cis, saving 7 bytes. But it doesn't (it gives a "iussa absentia" error).
  • Undocumented (but unsurprising), you don't need a space after ..
  • (Also unsurprising,) scinde doesn't need a second argument, and uses hoc.
  • Instead of huic vestibulo perlegementum da, I tried -pMLingua::Romana::Perligata, but couldn't get it to work.

Just for kicks (although this whole answer was just for kicks):

  • After cleaning it up to Huic vestibulo perlegementum da. His lacunam scindementa da. Per in his fac sic si recidementum hoc tum II fac sic ultimus cis. Hoc tum lacunam egresso scribe cis., Google Translate gives This court perlegementum grant. His gap scindementa grant. Through these, so if you do this, then 2 recidementum do so the last side. This was the gap as soon as write on this side..

Perl 5 + Perligata, 173 bytes

145 bytes, plus 28 for -MLingua::Romana::Perligata

Use as perl -MLingua::Romana::Perligata foo.pl; input (from stdin) and output (to stdout) are underscore-separated strings of decimal integers. Tested on Strawberry 5.20.2 with version 0.6 of Perligata, released two days ago; I don't know whether it works with Perligata version 0.50.

huic vestibulo perlegementum da.his _ scindementa da.per in his fac sic
si recidementum hoc tum II fac sic I exi cis
hoc tum _ egresso scribe
cis

Obviously this is clear as a bell. In case it's not, run it with -MLingua::Romana::Perligata=converte instead of -MLingua::Romana::Perligata, and perl will, instead of running the script, output a translation into regular Perl:

 $_ = Lingua::Romana::Perligata::getline (*STDIN );
 @_ = split ( '_');
for $_ (@_) {if ( ($_ % 2)) {exit ( 1)}
;
print (STDOUT $_, '_')}

Golfing notes:

  • It seems from the documentation that ultimus si recidementum hoc tum II fac. would work instead of si recidementum hoc tum II fac sic ultimus cis, saving 7 bytes. But it doesn't (it gives a "iussa absentia" error).
  • Undocumented (but unsurprising), you don't need a space after ..
  • (Also unsurprising,) scinde doesn't need a second argument, and uses hoc. Alas, exi needs an argument.
  • Instead of huic vestibulo perlegementum da, I tried -pMLingua::Romana::Perligata, but couldn't get it to work.

Just for kicks (although this whole answer was just for kicks):

  • After cleaning it up to Huic vestibulo perlegementum da. His lacunam scindementa da. Per in his fac sic si recidementum hoc tum II fac sic I exi cis. Hoc tum lacunam egresso scribe cis., Google Translate gives This court perlegementum grant. His gap scindementa grant. 2 By that time, do so in the following 1, Go out and do so if recidementum on this side. This was the gap as soon as write on this side..
6 save bytes by using _ instead of lacunam
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Perl 5 + Perligata, 187175 bytes

159147 bytes, plus 28 for -MLingua::Romana::Perligata

Use as perl -MLingua::Romana::Perligata foo.pl; input (from stdin) and output (to stdout) are underscore-separated strings of decimal integers. Tested on Strawberry 5.20.2 with version 0.6 of Perligata, released two days ago; I don't know whether it works with Perligata version 0.50.

huic vestibulo perlegementum da.his lacunam_ scindementa da.per in his fac sic
si recidementum hoc tum II fac sic ultimus cis
hoc tum lacunam_ egresso scribe
cis

Obviously this is clear as a bell. In case it's not, run it with -MLingua::Romana::Perligata=converte instead of -MLingua::Romana::Perligata, and perl will, instead of running the script, output a translation into regular Perl:

 $_ = Lingua::Romana::Perligata::getline (*STDIN );
 @_ = split ( " "'_');
for $_ (@_) {if ( ($_ % 2)) {last ( )}
;
print (STDOUT $_, " "'_')}

Golfing notes:

  • It seems from the documentation that ultimus si recidementum hoc tum II fac. would work instead of si recidementum hoc tum II fac sic ultimus cis, saving 7 bytes. But it doesn't (it gives a "iussa absentia" error).
  • Undocumented (but unsurprising), you don't need a space after ..
  • (Also unsurprising,) scinde doesn't need a second argument, and uses hoc.
  • Instead of huic vestibulo perlegementum da, I tried -pMLingua::Romana::Perligata, but couldn't get it to work.

Just for kicks (although this whole answer was just for kicks):

  • After cleaning it up to Huic vestibulo perlegementum da. His lacunam scindementa da. Per in his fac sic si recidementum hoc tum II fac sic ultimus cis. Hoc tum lacunam egresso scribe cis., Google Translate gives This court perlegementum grant. His gap scindementa grant. Through these, so if you do this, then 2 recidementum do so the last side. This was the gap as soon as write on this side..

Perl 5 + Perligata, 187 bytes

159 bytes, plus 28 for -MLingua::Romana::Perligata

Use as perl -MLingua::Romana::Perligata foo.pl. Tested on Strawberry 5.20.2 with version 0.6 of Perligata, released two days ago; I don't know whether it works with Perligata version 0.50.

huic vestibulo perlegementum da.his lacunam scindementa da.per in his fac sic
si recidementum hoc tum II fac sic ultimus cis
hoc tum lacunam egresso scribe
cis

Obviously this is clear as a bell. In case it's not, run it with -MLingua::Romana::Perligata=converte instead of -MLingua::Romana::Perligata, and perl will, instead of running the script, output a translation into regular Perl:

$_ = Lingua::Romana::Perligata::getline (*STDIN );
@_ = split ( " ");
for $_ (@_) {if ( ($_ % 2)) {last ( )}
;
print (STDOUT $_, " ")}

Golfing notes:

  • It seems from the documentation that ultimus si recidementum hoc tum II fac. would work instead of si recidementum hoc tum II fac sic ultimus cis, saving 7 bytes. But it doesn't (it gives a "iussa absentia" error).
  • Undocumented (but unsurprising), you don't need a space after ..
  • (Also unsurprising,) scinde doesn't need a second argument, and uses hoc.
  • Instead of huic vestibulo perlegementum da, I tried -pMLingua::Romana::Perligata, but couldn't get it to work.

Just for kicks (although this whole answer was just for kicks):

  • After cleaning it up to Huic vestibulo perlegementum da. His lacunam scindementa da. Per in his fac sic si recidementum hoc tum II fac sic ultimus cis. Hoc tum lacunam egresso scribe cis., Google Translate gives This court perlegementum grant. His gap scindementa grant. Through these, so if you do this, then 2 recidementum do so the last side. This was the gap as soon as write on this side..

Perl 5 + Perligata, 175 bytes

147 bytes, plus 28 for -MLingua::Romana::Perligata

Use as perl -MLingua::Romana::Perligata foo.pl; input (from stdin) and output (to stdout) are underscore-separated strings of decimal integers. Tested on Strawberry 5.20.2 with version 0.6 of Perligata, released two days ago; I don't know whether it works with Perligata version 0.50.

huic vestibulo perlegementum da.his _ scindementa da.per in his fac sic
si recidementum hoc tum II fac sic ultimus cis
hoc tum _ egresso scribe
cis

Obviously this is clear as a bell. In case it's not, run it with -MLingua::Romana::Perligata=converte instead of -MLingua::Romana::Perligata, and perl will, instead of running the script, output a translation into regular Perl:

 $_ = Lingua::Romana::Perligata::getline (*STDIN );
 @_ = split ( '_');
for $_ (@_) {if ( ($_ % 2)) {last ( )}
;
print (STDOUT $_, '_')}

Golfing notes:

  • It seems from the documentation that ultimus si recidementum hoc tum II fac. would work instead of si recidementum hoc tum II fac sic ultimus cis, saving 7 bytes. But it doesn't (it gives a "iussa absentia" error).
  • Undocumented (but unsurprising), you don't need a space after ..
  • (Also unsurprising,) scinde doesn't need a second argument, and uses hoc.
  • Instead of huic vestibulo perlegementum da, I tried -pMLingua::Romana::Perligata, but couldn't get it to work.

Just for kicks (although this whole answer was just for kicks):

  • After cleaning it up to Huic vestibulo perlegementum da. His lacunam scindementa da. Per in his fac sic si recidementum hoc tum II fac sic ultimus cis. Hoc tum lacunam egresso scribe cis., Google Translate gives This court perlegementum grant. His gap scindementa grant. Through these, so if you do this, then 2 recidementum do so the last side. This was the gap as soon as write on this side..
5 7, not 8
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4 um....
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3 um....
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2 deleted 4 characters in body
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