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    Question Perl

    Where I can find good tutorials about Perl ?? Could anyone help me ??

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    I can't remember the author, but the best book I've seen is Perl 5 by Example. I bought it on Amazon and I've been able to figure everything out that I need from that one book. The cover is red with white text.

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    Why not try searching google.com? Maybe learning how to use a search engine would be a better start than learning a scripting language?
    Example: "Perl 5" +"Tutorial"
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    Wink

    Ok... Thanx for the help JParker... But I just was to know if any of you could help with a really good one... not any one ! Understand ?

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    Perl

    O'reilly probably make the most authorative books on perl

    http://www.oreilly.com/

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    Perl sites:

    http://www.perl.com - Would you have guessed it?
    http://www.google.com/ - Search for Perl

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    petemcevoy is correct. The most highly regarded Perl book I've seen is Learning Perl 3rd edition by Randal L. Schwartz, Tom Phoenix is considered to be the best. (it's 4 stars based on 180 reviews at Amazon) I used it to start self-teaching myself Perl and it's easy read as well as good labs or exercises.

    You should be able to go to sites like www.perl.com or others afterwards for more advanced topics. Alternatively you can check out either Programming Perl or Perl Cookbook (also O'Reilly publications) for more advanced Perl knowledge.

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    Angry to mister 1337 neo trace user ..

    Originally posted by jparker
    Why not try searching google.com? Maybe learning how to use a search engine would be a better start than learning a scripting language?
    Example: "Perl 5" +"Tutorial"
    Why are you being such a dick ?
    he was just asking if any one could
    recomend a good tutorial..

    any ways you might want to check out

    http://www.code.box.sk
    http://cgi.resourceindex.com/

    oh and jparker
    Maybe learning how to use a search engine would be a better start than learning a scripting language?
    Example: "Perl 5" +"Tutorial" [/B]
    wouldn't "Perl 5 Tutorial" do the same thing with out the +
    ??
    just checking if your up to date with you "mad skills" with
    search engines ?

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    don't forget www.webmonkey.com , they have tutorials on just about anything, including PERL

    Of course, nothing beats having a good book right in front of you while you code.....

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    Talking

    Thanx to you all !


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