Perl for C Programmers

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Sams Publishing, 2002 - Computers - 411 pages

The Perl book written for the C and C++ programmer. Perl for C Programmers teaches what's similar and different between Perl and C/C++ and how to then utilize Perl to the fullest. 80% of the people who start using Perl for the first time come with a background in the C or C++ programming language. This book is written for those people. Perl is becoming one of the most common languages used in web development because of its powerful ability for text manipulation. There is a large need for Perl books that clearly explain how to use Perl in terms the reader can understand. The primary audience coming to learn Perl is C and C++ programmers.

 

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Contents

Using Perl
1
Perl Basics
35
Arrays
53
Regular Expressions
71
Complex Data Structures
113
12
183
C
233
into Commands
383
Copyright

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About the author (2002)

Steve Oualline is the author of many programming and Linux related books. He is a professional software engineer, author, and educator. Currently, he works for a large software company as a quality engineer devising ways to improve the quality and reliability of the code produced by their programmers. Other books by this author include Vi iMproved (vim), 0-7357-1001-5, New Riders, 4/01, Practical C++ Programming, Second Edition, $39.99, O'Reilly, and Practical C Programming, Third Edition, $34.95, 1-5659-2306-5, O'Reilly, 9/97.

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