Elements of Programming with Perl

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Manning, 2000 - Computers - 352 pages
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Many neophyte programmers now begin their careers by learning the metalanguage, Perl. But the books currently available on Perl assume their readers already understand the basics of writing and designing programs--when in fact they do not. The tutorial teaches programming right along with the particulars of Perl syntax, as well as good style and structure and maintainability of the code.

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Contents

Writing code
19
Writing code
20
Writing programs
32
Copyright

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Johnson uses Perl for data manipulation and extraction, and for various Web-related tasks. He writes articles and book reviews for the Linux Journal and has been a regular contributor to the comp.lang.perl.misc newsgroup for the last two years.

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