An iterative quine
This one isn't NetBSD-related (other than it works on NetBSD ;),
but I'm so impressed by it I'd still like to share it. A "quine"
is a program which prints its source code as output. Now an iterative
quine is one that prints a program too, but one that doesn't immediately
print its source, but need several iterations. Now this one
is a very nicely formatted one of its kind. Compile it, run it.
The japanese (hiragana) chars printed are "a-ku". Compile and run it again,
it will print "so-ku". The next iteration is "za-n", after that it
will go back to "a-ku" and so on. I have no idea what "akusokuzan"
means (a name?), but still find this very impressive.