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Beginning Perl by Simon Cozens

eBooks - Computers & Internet
July 20 2007

Beginning Perl by Simon Cozens, Asiaing.comPerl is an immensely popular scripting language that combines the best features of C, key UNIX utilities and a powerful use of regular expressions. It has a wide range of uses beyond simple text processing and is commonly used for web programming - creating and parsing CGI forms, validating HTML syntax and hyperlinks - as well as e-mail and Usenet news filtering.

Perl is increasingly the system administrator's scripting language of choice and is used for file and directory manipulation, database access and a whole range of daily system operator chores.

What does this book cover?

  • Installing Perl on Windows and UNIX
  • Making use of online Perl resources like CPAN
  • First principles in programming and the Perl syntax
  • Working with files and databases
  • Writing web pages in Perl
  • Using Perl as an object-oriented language

Who is this book for?

This book is for those new to programming who want to learn with Perl. You will find it easier if you already have some basic programming experience, but the material covered can be mastered by anyone with just a text editor, some common sense and a computer. If you want to learn how to program with Perl and then find out far you can go with it, this is the book for you. An excellent companion on any programming course.

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Comments (5)add comment

dhaya said:

Pls send the link for this PDF
December 27, 2010

sudip said:

how to download no link here
September 05, 2010

sudip said:

pls send an pdf copy of the Beginning Perl (free)
September 05, 2010

alaa khalil said:

thank you
April 20, 2008 | url

anand said:

January 28, 2008

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