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That's pretty cool, I actually went through it line by line. Awhile ago I stumbled across a single file that was, a bash program, a Makefile, and C source code, all with very tricky comment notation so that if you made the file executable, you could like run it 3 times and compile and run a C program. That was probably the craziest obfuscation I've seen in code. Can't find it now, but it was really interesting.
No, it's just that I've seen enough obfuscated "Hello, World!" programs to recognize the ASCII codes for the letters, and with the little "subtract one from every other character", that accounts for the simple mutations in the codes.