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Practical Perl Programming by A. D. Marshall

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Practical Perl Programming
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Publisher: Cardiff School of Computer Science

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This is an introduction to Perl programming. The text gives introduction to Perl, then covers numeric and string literals, variables, arrays, operators, Perl statements, functions, references, input and output in Perl, regular expressions, reports, special variables, handling errors and signals, objects in Perl, Perl modules, debugging, command-line options, networking, CGI Programming in Perl, HTML forms, using Perl with web servers.

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