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Perl: The Complete Reference By Martin C. Brown

Perl: The Complete Reference
by Martin C. Brown

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Perl is being used more often by programmers due to its ease of use, flexibility, and portability to other platforms. This guide is a one-stop reference providing information for Perl programmers of all skill levels. The CD-ROM contains textbook examples, sample scripts and applications.
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Perl: The Complete Reference by Martin C. Brown

Programmers are including Perl in their toolboxes more often because of its ease of use, flexibility and portability to other platforms. This complete reference book is for Perl programmers of all skill levels'

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About Martin C. Brown

Martin C. Brown is the author of Perl: The Complete Reference and Perl Annotated Archives. He has more than 15 years of multi-platform programming experience in Perl, Shellscript, Basic, Pascal, C/C++, Java, JavaScript, VBScript, and Awk.

Table of Contents

Part I: Basic Perl Programming. Perl Backgrounder. Perl Basics. The User Interface. Data Manipulation. Part II: Advanced Perl Programming. Subroutines, Packages, and Modules. Managing Files, Users, Groups, and Time. Using Data Structures. Database Systems. Networking. Part III: Execution Enhancements. Interprocess Communication. Advanced Execution Methods. Part IV: Enhancing the User Interface. Making Perl More User Friendly. Advanced User Interfaces. Part V: Perl for the Web. The Web Environment. Web Programming. Part VI: Getting "Inside" Perl. Under the Hood. Extending and Embedding Perl. Debugging. Perl Compiler. Perl Makefiles. Part VII: Cross-Platform Perl. Perl Under Unix. Perl Under Windows 95/98/NT/2000. Perl Under MacOS. Writing a Cross-Platform Script. Part VIII: Fun. Things You Never Knew You Could Do with Perl. Part IX: Appendices: A: Resources. B: Function Reference. C: Perl Entity Reference. D: Errors and Warnings. E: Standard Perl Library. F: CPAN Module Reference.

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Perl: The Complete Reference by Martin C. Brown
Martin C. Brown
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McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
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