Randal Schwartz's Perls of Wisdom

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Apress, Dec 15, 2004 - Computers - 350 pages

Randal Schwartz's Perls of Wisdom is a collection of more than 70 columns from popular and prolific Perl columnist Randal Schwartz. These insightful pieces cover everything from Perl basics to how to decompose XML using an HTML parser. Schwartzs unique writing style and (sometimes) truly twisted use of Perl makes for exciting reading for those who want to enhance their Perl skills.

Table of Contents Advanced Perl Tutorials Text Searching and Editing HTML and XML Processing CGI Programming The Webmaster’s Toolkit
 

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Contents

Chapter 1
1
Chapter 2
97
Chapter 3
129
Chapter 4
165
Chapter 5
241
Index
343
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About the author (2004)

Randal Schwartz is one of the best-selling authors of all time, having been fortunate enough to coauthor two of the seminal books on learning Perl. Perl is perhaps the seminal programming language of the Internet boom and one of the most popular programming languages for doing anything from system administration to parsing a CSV file. In addition to Programming Perl and Learning Perl, Randal has completed a book for intermediate Perl developers, and has been the Perl columnist for UNIX Review, Web Techniques, Sys Admin, and Linux Magazine.

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