In case you find Perl programs too easy to follow, Damian Conway has come up with a way for you to write Perl in Latin
This paper describes a Perl module — Lingua::Romana::Perligata — that makes it possible to write Perl programs in Latin. A plausible rationale for wanting to do such a thing is provided, along with a comprehensive overview of the syntax and semantics of Latinized Perl. The paper also explains the special source filtering and parsing techniques required to efficiently interpret a programming language in which the syntax is (largely) non-positional.
I know you want a code snippet:
meo varo haec da. # my $var = @_; meis varo haec da. # my ($var) = @_ meis varis haec da. # my @var = @_;
(Thanks for the link, Noel.)