Perl Power!: The Comprehensive Guide

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Thomson Course Technology PTR, 2006 - Computers - 427 pages
Perl is a flexible, open-source, and widely accessible scripting language used by systems administrators and others to automate their daily tasks. "Perl Power!: The Comprehensive Guide" will cover every aspect of the most up-to-date version of Perl including scalar data, lists, arrays, hashes, subroutines, files, directories, strings, and much more. Technical topics are explained clearly and concisely and end-of-chapter projects encourage the reader to program on their own. A detailed table of contents and a complete, well-organized index make this book a great reference tool. All code used in the book will be available for download on the companion website.

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John P. Flynt, Ph.D., works in the software development industry, has taught at colleges and universities, and has authored courses and curricula for several college-level game development programs. His academic background includes work in information technology, the social sciences, and the humanities. Among his works are In the Mind of a Game, Simulation and Event Modeling for Game Developers (with co-author Ben Vinson), and Software Engineering for Game Developers. John lives in the foothills near Boulder, Colorado.

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