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May 01, 2012, 15:08

I consider putting the source code as a string in the quine also to be somewhat cheating ;P

Here's another that doesn't:

var s = arguments.callee.toString().split('\n');
s[0] = s[0].split('{ ')[1];
s = s.join('\n');

module.exports = function () {
if (module === require.main) module.exports();

And, yes, the simplest quite *function* is:

function quine () { return quine.toString() }

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