Perl: The Programmer's Companion
* a description of new Perl5 language extensions and characteristics such as the object-oriented features
* live, up-and-running programming examples based on real Perl scripts
* an introduction to the use of modules which extend the power of Perl into many application areas
* using Perl on the Web
* pointers to Perl resources on the Web
The Programmer's Companion is not exclusive to Unix users, but presents Perl as a language that can ease the programmer's burden, no matter what system it is used on. Visit our website at http://www.wiley.com/compbooks/ ??? This book is arranged in an innovative way: rather than introduce the language keyword by keyword, it introduces "template" programs that make use of Perl's neat pattern features and implicit arguments. This way, even at the beginning, you can get useful programs running rather than just printing "Hello world" various numbers of times . ??? The Programmer's Companion fills the niche for a Perl language learning book aimed at the programmer who wants a solid book, to teach the language, which (1) doesn't hand-hold too much, and (2) covers most of the more advanced features of the language.
Table of Contents
Scalar Values and Variables.
Flow of Control.
Lists and Hashes.
Input, Output and Files.
References and Data Structures.
Perl and the World-Wide Web.
The Final Chapter.
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