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November 10, 2005, 1:07 am
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Re: Learning PERL
seconding the correction of John Bokma on the case-sensitivity of
Taking it for granted, that you are proficient in at least one programming
language, I recommend to make room in your bookshelf and buy some O'reilly
books (Learning Perl, Learning Perl Objects References and Modules and
Mastering Regular Expressions to name a few to get started). If you are not
adverse to read on screen, the Perl CD Bookshelf promises good value for
I your know well, what you need, perldoc maybe enough to get you started,
though the information may be overwhelming.
A good source for examples of code-snippets to get a feeling for the
language is available at perlmonks, which is also an excellent place to
ask for advice on specific problems that may arise - lurk there a while, to
get a feeling for the place, it's worth it.
 http://perl.oreilly.com /
 http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/perlcdbs4 /
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