Perl 5 Complete

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McGraw-Hill, 1998 - Computers - 1062 pages
Annotation Perl 5 just won the Web Tools Award for best scripting language, edging out JavaScript and VBScript. This is the package that puts all the in-demand facts about Perl 5 together in one place: what Perl is, how to program it, and how to use the brand-new Perl compiler. An in-depth reference, it shows pros how to build modules for NT and Unix; interface Perl to other programming languages, including Java, Visual Basic, anc C/C+; and find fast answers to CGI questions.

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While Java gets the ink, Perl is the programming language that keeps the Internet running. No one owns Perl, so anyone can use it on every platform. Likewise, it serves many purposes, from managing ... Read full review

Contents

Setting Up the Perl 5 Environment
1
An Overview of Perl
43
Variables in Perl
75
Copyright

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DeWolfe taught systems analysis and design for seven years at the University of Denver Graduate School. A manager of sixty consultants for Analysis International, she has also led training courses across the U.S. and in Southeast Asia.

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