Beginning Perl is a fantastic book for any programmer who is itching to learn the Perl programming language. I must warn you that it might progress a little too quickly for someone who has never done any previous programming, so if you don't know what a "string" is, then this book probably isn't for you. The book begins with a step-by-step guide to installing Perl on your favorite OS, with examples for Linux and Windows. The book soon progresses and covers many topics including how to write CGI scripts and how to access and work with databases. Although the book covers a wide variety of topics, each is quite well explained, and includes many great code examples. As with most programming books, Beginning Perl includes a variety of exercises to go along with each chapter. These exercises are important to the learning process. Although no companion CD-ROM comes with the book, Appendix H contains example solutions to all exercises in the book. These examples are also available for download from the publisher's website. All in all, I found this book quite well written and explanatory, with the minor exception of the many typo's we found.
Simon Cozens with Peter Wainwright: Beginning Perl(Publication Date: May 25, Modern Perl, 2011-12 edition PDF kniha ke stažení, 192 stran ve formátu A4. perlrequick, Perl regular expressions quick start. out of print, but it's available from the Manning Publications Co. web site as a PDF ebook. by Simon Cozens Beginning Perl, Simon Cozens y Peter Wainwright, Leer Online saber que la mayoría están disponibles para descargarlos en formato PDF. Beginning Perl. Simon Cozens Published: 2000, Apress 700 pages Format: pdf. This book is for those new to programming who want to learn with Perl. You will
It only took me exactly two years to read the Apress book Beginning Perl by James Lee, and I would have to admit this is the best programming book that I’ve read so far. I would need to give this book high praise as it was easy and fun to read ( pretty much taught me programming in Perl. Even tough I don’t use Perl on a daily bases, nor is Perl my prefer language of choice to write scripts ) but thanks to this book I could confidently read other programmers perl code and have an understanding on what’s going on in their program.
Beginning Perl Web Development: From Novice to Professional introduces you to the world of Perl Internet application development. This book tackles all areas crucial to developing your first web applications and includes a powerful combination of real-world examples coupled with advice.