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Effective Perl programming : writing better programs with Perl / Joseph N. Hall, with Randal L. Schwartz.

By: Hall, Joseph N, 1966-.
Contributor(s): Schwartz, Randal L.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Reading, Mass. ; New Delhi : Addison Wesley, c1998Description: xiv, 273 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0201419750 (pbk. : alk. paper); 9780201419757; 0201526352.Subject(s): Perl (Computer program language)DDC classification: 005.133 Online resources: WorldCat details | Ebook Fulltext
Contents:
Table of contents Basics -- Idiomatic Perl -- Regular Expressions -- Subroutines -- References -- Debugging -- Using Packages and Modules -- Writing Packages and Modules -- Object-Oriented Programming -- App. A. sprintf -- App. B. Perl Resources.
Summary: Summary: In Effective Perl Programming, Perl experts Joseph Hall and Randal Schwartz share programming solutions, techniques, pointers, rules of thumb, and the pitfalls to avoid, enabling you to make the most of Perl's power and capabilities. The authors will help you develop a knack for the right ways to do things. They show you how to solve problems with Perl and how to debug and improve your Perl programs. Offering examples, they help you learn good Perl style. Geared for programmers who have already acquired Perl basics, this book will extend your skill range, providing the tactics and deeper understanding you need to create Perl programs that are more elegant, effective, and succinct. This book also speaks to those who want to become more fluent, expressive, and individualistic Perl programmers.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Table of contents Basics --
Idiomatic Perl --
Regular Expressions --
Subroutines --
References --
Debugging --
Using Packages and Modules --
Writing Packages and Modules --
Object-Oriented Programming --
App. A. sprintf --
App. B. Perl Resources.

Summary:
In Effective Perl Programming, Perl experts Joseph Hall and Randal Schwartz share programming solutions, techniques, pointers, rules of thumb, and the pitfalls to avoid, enabling you to make the most of Perl's power and capabilities. The authors will help you develop a knack for the right ways to do things. They show you how to solve problems with Perl and how to debug and improve your Perl programs. Offering examples, they help you learn good Perl style. Geared for programmers who have already acquired Perl basics, this book will extend your skill range, providing the tactics and deeper understanding you need to create Perl programs that are more elegant, effective, and succinct. This book also speaks to those who want to become more fluent, expressive, and individualistic Perl programmers.

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