Jon Orwant
Pearl 5: Certified Edition (MCP-Imprint Waite Group Press)
June 10, 2018 Comments.. 876
Pearl Certified Edition MCP Imprint Waite Group Press An interactive self paced approach to learning Perl introduces a wide variety of programs and is accompanied by a CD ROM containing Microsoft Internet Explorer the latest Perl source code and all

  • Title: Pearl 5: Certified Edition (MCP-Imprint Waite Group Press)
  • Author: Jon Orwant
  • ISBN: 1571691138
  • Page: 352
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  • An interactive, self paced approach to learning Perl 5 introduces a wide variety of programs and is accompanied by a CD ROM containing Microsoft Internet Explorer, the latest Perl source code, and all binaries required to run Perl on a variety of platforms Original Intermediate.

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    1. None says:

      This is the book I am using to learn Perl. I'm a CS student now, and I've learned C and C++. We use a lot of Perl at work. I tried to learn Perl from the Camel book (Programming Perl, 2nd ed.), but found it hard to follow, especially reg exp. I think the OReilly books are good if you already know some Perl, but this is the best one to use to start learning Perl. Plus the Camel book assumes you're on a Unix system, while this can be used on Unix or Win32, and it comes with perl on cd-rom.

    2. None says:

      I had never done anything more than advancded HTML, and some visual javascript. This book told me how to do everything I wanted to know. For every command, it showed how you would use that command in a program, and also told you when commands were pretty much useless and not to use them. I recommend a strong buy.(stock jargon)

    3. None says:

      After the Camel book, of course. This book is very well paced with well thought out examples. I needed it as a refresher last year, and now use it as a reference.The only down side is that the Web Based interactive segment is no longer available. not a big deal since it's the same quizes as in the book, but there was a gee-whiz, isn't it fun factor to have it available online.This book covers everything from soup to nuts. It starts the learner off slowly with the basic perl syntax and th [...]

    4. None says:

      When I read other people's reviews, I always wonder what kind of background these people have in programming. Well, here is my background: I know HTML, JavaScript, C++, a little bit of Java, DHTML, and databases. When I found out that I had to learn Perl, I was scared because, after 4 years of college, that is the first language that I had to learn completely on my own. However, this book made my learning experience as easy as possible. The book provides very good explanations, a lot of exam [...]

    5. None says:

      When initially purusing the book I was impressed they had online support. Well, don't be dissappointed, they don't. And what they did have at one point was useless. BUT the book by itself is great. I've only covered the first three chapters, out of 14, but I already feel comfortable with PERL. GREAT BOOK!

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