Hitomi (10/21/01)

Huffman encoder/decoder, written in huffman encoded bytecode.

First command line argument is the input file, second argument is the
output.  Hitomi will mostly likely figure out what to do (encode or
decode) based on content.

The byte code language is quite good, in my humble opinion ;)  It's
too hard to write a language for a particular purpose though, usually
it's the other way around, fitting a goal to a particular language...

Template based on Hitomi Kanzaki from Escaflowne.  I thought about
reformatting the source after the contest (i.e.  without the space
constraints), but never got time to do it.  Oh well, Hitomi doesn't
look all that bad ^_^;;