Using Perl 6
by Jonathan S. Duff, et al.
Number of pages: 135
This book is primarily for people who want to learn Perl 6. It teaches the basics from a Perl 6 perspective, touching on variable interpolation, datastructure use, object construction, threads, closures, symbol tables, and other core features. It then introduces continuations, coroutines, binding, hyper operators that work on lists of data at once, set operators that work on complex datatypes, lightweight multidimensional arrays, etc.
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This books describes and explains Perl (Practical Extraction and Report Language), a scripting language that is usually interpreted and is noted for its extensive use of regular expressions and a large module archive CPAN.
by Bradley M. Kuhn - ebb.org
The material covered in this book is designed to prepare the reader to enter the world of Perl programming. This book covers the basic data and control structures of Perl, as well as the philosophies behind Perl programming.
by David Cross - Manning Publications Co.
The book presents techniques for using Perl to recognize, parse, transform, and filter data. The author David Cross will show you dozens of useful ways to get those everyday data manipulation chores done better, faster, and more reliably.
by Dave Rolsky, Ken Williams - O'Reilly
The text shows how to create large, dynamically driven web sites that look good and are easy to maintain. Mason is a tool for embedding the Perl programming language into text, in order to create text dynamically, most often in HTML.