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- Title Effective Perl Programming: Ways to Write Better, More Idiomatic Perls
- Author(s) Joseph N. Hall / Joshua A. McAdams / brian d foy Hall / Mcadams / Foy
- Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional
- Paperback : 492 pages
- Language: English
- ISBN-10 : 0321496949
- ISBN-13 : 978-0321496942
Book Description – Effective Perl Programming pdf
Effective Perl Programming has been relied on by experienced programmers for years to identify better approaches to address problems with Perl. Three prominent Perl programmers put together today’s greatest idioms, techniques, and examples in this long-awaited second edition: everything you need to build more powerful, fluent, expressive, and succinct code with Perl.
It’s about twice the size of the first edition, and it’s packed with everything from best practices for avoiding frequent errors to the most up-to-date information on Perl modules. You’ll not only learn how to use Perl correctly; you’ll also discover why these methods work so effectively. In this edition, there is new coverage on the following topics:
- Material from the last twelve years of Perl evolution has been reorganized and expanded.
- CPAN, databases, distributors, files and filehandles, production Perl, testing, Unicode, and warnings are all covered in eight new chapters.
- Perl 5.12, the most recent version of Perl, has been updated.
- Examples that have been systematically updated to match today’s best idioms
You’ll learn how to work with strings, numbers, lists, arrays, strictures, namespaces, regular expressions, subroutines, references, distributions, inline code, warnings, Data munging, Perl one-liners, and a whole lot more are all available. Every technique follows the same Items structure that made the first version so useful and popular. The book provides a point of view/approach to Perl that has shown to be extremely valuable in pondering how to tackle various types of challenges. While particular examples are provided, I believe it is more about the mental process of how to approach issue solving in the context of Perl.
About The Author
Joseph N. Hall has been programming professionally since 1984, teaching his first computer class at the age of fourteen, and using Perl since 1993. Perlcast is voiced by Joshua A. McAdams, a Google programmer. He has hosted two Perl conferences, leads Chicago Perl Mongers meetings, speaks on Perl at venues all over the world, and is a CPAN author. Brian D Foy is the author of Mastering Perl (OReilly Media, 2007) and co-author of Learning Perl, Fifth Edition (OReilly Media, 2008). He founded the New York Perl Mongers, the first Perl user group; he publishes The Perl Review; he maintains portions of the core Perl documentation, and he has over ten years of Perl training expertise.
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