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  • Perl 6 at a Glance (Andrew Shitov)

    This book is about Perl 6, a programming language of the Perl family. It covers many basic and in-depth topics of the language and provides the initial knowledge you need to start working with Perl 6.

  • O'Reilly® Think Perl 6: How to Think Like a Computer Scientist

    This practical guide gets you started on your programming journey with the help of Perl 6, the younger sister of the popular Perl programming language. Ideal for beginners, this hands-on book includes over 100 exercises with multiple solutions.

  • Higher-Order Perl: Transforming Programs with Programs

    This is a book written with the goal to teach Perl programmers with a strong C and Unix background how to use techniques with roots in functional programming languages like Lisp that are available in Perl as well, but less known.

  • O'Reilly® Perl and LWP (Sean M. Burke)

    This book sets out to unwrap the Library for the Web in Perl (LWP), which is a collection of modules that make it easier to access and pick apart Web pages (and FTP-accessible files, and outgoing e-mail messages) from within your Perl programs.

  • Beginning Perl (Simon Cozens)

    The book promotes the use of Perl as a programming language, encouraging the creation of legible and sensible programs so as to dispel the image of Perl as a confusing and obscure language.

  • Modern Perl (chromatic)

    Describe how experienced and effective Perl 5 programmers work. They use language idioms. They take advantage of the CPAN. They're recognizably Perlish, and they show good taste and craftsmanship and a full understanding of Perl.

  • Beginning Perl (Curtis 'Ovid' Poe)

    This book introduces Perl to both new programmers and experienced ones who are looking to learn a new language. It provides the information and instruction you need to confidently get started with Perl.

  • Exploring Programming Language Architecture in Perl (Bill Hails)

    This book presents an informal and friendly introduction to some of the core ideas in modern computer science, using the programming language Perl as its vehicle. It The book takes the form of a series of working interpreters for the language PScheme.

  • Perl for the Web (Chris Radcliff)

    This book provides tools and strategies to improve the performance of existing Web applications in Perl with case studies and real-world examples. It also provides principles and ideas that help programmers create extensible frameworks.

  • Unix and Perl Primer for Biologists (Keith Bradnam, et al)

    This is a basic introductory course for biologists to learn the essential aspects of the Perl programming language. It is aimed at people with no prior experience in either programming or Unix.

  • Using Perl 6 (Jonathan S. Duff, et al)

    This book is primarily for people who want to learn Perl 6. It teaches the basics from a Perl 6 perspective, touching on variable interpolation, datastructure use, object construction, threads, closures, symbol tables, and other core features.

  • Learning PERL the Hard Way: Perl Programming for Beginners

    This is a book for people who already know how to program in another language, but don't know Perl. This is a book that gets through the basics as quickly as possible. It emphasizes good programming style in Perl.

  • O'Reilly® Practical mod_perl (Stas Bekman, Eric Cholet)

    The primary purpose of this book is to show you how to take full advantage of mod_perl: how to make a mod_perl-enabled Web site as fast, flexible, and easily-maintainable as possible.

  • O'Reilly® Embedding Perl in HTML with Mason (Dave Rolsky, et al)

    Although using Mason isn't difficult, creating a Mason-based site can be tricky. This book shows you how to create large, complex, dynamically driven web sites that look good and are a snap to maintain.

  • CGI Programming 101: Programming Perl for the World Wide Web

    This book is a concise presentation of the key elements of Perl CGI, which makes it perfect for programmers who are under the gun.

  • O'Reilly® CGI Programming on the World Wide Web (Gundavaram)

    This book offers a comprehensive explanation of CGI and related techniques for people who hold on to the dream of providing their own information servers on the Web.

  • O'Reilly® Web Client Programming with Perl (Clinton Wong)

    This book explains HTTP (Hypertext Transfer Protocol) requests and socket calls, then shows how you can use the LWP library for Perl to retrieve Web pages, parse HTML, check whether a server is responding, and more.

  • O'Reilly® Mastering Perl, 2nd Edtion (Brian D Foyis)

    This book teaches you a way of thinking about Perl programming for solving debugging, configuration, and many other real-world problems you'll encounter as a working programmer.

  • O'Reilly® Extreme Programming with Perl (Robert Nagler)

    This is a book about Extreme Programming using the programming language Perl. It contains many practical tips.

  • Practical Perl Programming (A. D. Marshall)

    This is an introduction to Perl programming. The text gives introduction to Perl, then covers numeric and string literals, variables, arrays, operators, Perl statements, functions, references, input and output in Perl, etc.

  • Picking Up Perl, 2nd Edition (Bradley M. Kuhn, et al)

    This book is about learning to use Perl as a programming language, and not just a scripting language. This is the book that turns the Perl dabbler into the Perl programmer.

  • Impatient Perl (Greg London)

    This book is for people who either want to learn Perl or are already programming in Perl and just don't have the patience to scrounge for information to learn and use Perl.

  • Perl for Beginners (Geoffrey Sampson)

    This book has been designed to teach you how to develop Perl scripts and to help you become an effective programmer, and teaches concepts through the creation of simple games.

  • Learn Regex The Hard Way (Zed A. Shaw)

    When you're done with this book you will be able to read regex strings, understand what's going on with regex, learn when to use them, learn to write them, and learn how to write simple parsers to avoid abusing regex to process your strings.

  • Regular Expressions Succinctly (Joe Booth)

    This book teaches developers how regular expressions can help solve basic programming problems. By introducing patterns and rules to your strings, you can eliminate the need to write your own complex code for text manipulation.

  • O'Reilly® Perl for System Administration: Managing Multi-platforms

    This book is designed for all levels of administrators - from hobbyists to card-carrying SAGE members - sysadmins on multi-platform sites. Written for several different platforms (Unix, Windows NT, and Mac OS) where Perl can be most useful.

  • The Perl CD Bookshelf, Version 4.0 - 6 Bestselling Books

    This collection delivers more than 3,000 pages of easily searchable information in a convenient format accessible from any web browser. Programmers get a complete PERL library they can easily carry anywhere.

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