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This challenge is pretty simple: you need to alert / print / show to the user the text "beep boop bop" (or "beep\nboop\nbop", with newlines), but it needs to be obfuscated. (where you couldn't see anything saying "beep", "boop", or "bop"). Points are calculated where your point value is in characters (not bytes)

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    \$\begingroup\$ i don't see the pointvin overriding the community consensus on scoring solutions based on bytes rather than characters. Also note that obfuscation is not an objective criterion, however, if you specifically mean that the strings beep, boop and bop cannot appear in the source, then that is fine (though a little boring) \$\endgroup\$ – Jo King Feb 12 at 12:44
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Bash, 16 bytes

echo b{ee,oo,o}p
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Perl 6, 21 bytes

put <bee boo bo>X~'p'

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Prints all the words on one line by joining all the prefixes with the last letter p

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