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  • Advanced Perl Programming (Nutshell Handbook)
    by Sriram Srinivasan: covers complex techniques for managing production-ready Perl programs and explains methods for manipulating data and objects that may have looked like magic before. It gives you necessary background for dealing with networks, databases, and GUIs, and includes a discussion of internals to help you program more efficiently, and imbed Perl within C when necessary hot
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    by Larry Wall (Editor), Randal L. Schwartz, Tom Christiansen, Stephen Potter: the book covers everything from basic control statements to regular expressions to using objects and interfacing with other languages (2nd edition) hot
  • Beginning Perl
    by Simon Cozens: Beginning Perl teaches its readers all aspects of the Perl programming language. From history and background, right through key topics such as Literals and Operators, Variables, Regular Expressions, Networking, CGI and Object Orientation. The book culminates with coverage of more advanced perl, including Perl/TK, Perl to C interaction, and how to embed Perl code in C projects
  • Learning Perl (Nutshell Handbook)
    by Randall L. Schwartz, Randal L. Schwartz, Larry Wall: deal for system administrators, programmers, and anyone else wanting a down-to-earth introduction to this useful language
  • Professional Perl Programming
    provides comprehensive coverage of the Perl language. It covers the fundamentals of data types and file handling through advanced features like regular expressions, object-oriented programming, threads, internationalization, and integrating Perl with the C programming language. The latest version of the language, Perl 5.6, is used throughout, with commentary for those with earlier versions. Who is this book for? Both aspiring and experienced Perl programmers will benefit from the expertise in this book, whether they are looking to develop serious applications, improve their productivity, or simply learn a more powerful and portable replacement for shell scripts
  • Tcl and the Tk Toolkit
    by John K. Ousterhout: one of the first books on Tcl (tool command language) and Tk (toolkit) and has become one of the classics in the field. Written by the developer of Tcl and Tk, the text takes a no-nonsense approach to the language, describing the elements of Tcl and Tk in programming-reference-style detail



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