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Beginning Perl

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"The expert's voice in open source"--Cover.

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"The expert's voice in open source"--Cover. Perl was originally written by Larry Wall while he was working at NASA's Jet Propulsion Labs. Larry is an Internet legend, known not just for Perl, but as the author of the UNIX utilities rn, one of the original Usenet newsreaders, and patch, a tremendously useful tool that takes a list of differences between two files and allows you to turn one into the other. The term patch used for this activity is now widespread. Perl started life as a "glue" language for Larry and his officemates, allowing one to "stick" different tools together by converting between their various data formats. It pulled together the best features of several languages: the powerful regular expressions from sed (the Unix stream editor), the patte- scanning language awk, and a few other languages and utilities. The syntax was further made up out of C, Pascal, Basic, Unix shell languages, English, and maybe a few other elements along the way. While Perl started its life as glue, it is now more often likened to another handy multiuse tool: duct tape. A common statement heard in cyberspace is that Perl is the duct tape that holds the Internet together.


Series Title
Expert's Voice in Open Source
Book Format
Original Languages
Number of Pages
James Lee
Publication Date
April, 2010
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
9.20 x 7.40 x 1.00 Inches

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This is a good book to get started with the PERL language. a solid 4 out of 5. Clear explanations. Good Examples. Indexing is a little weak. Not to wordy. Would not recommend PERL for an Absolute Beginning Programmer.

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