A Little Book on Perl

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Prentice Hall, 2000 - Computers - 190 pages
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Written by one of today's top-selling author's on programming languages, this practical, trailblazing guide to learning Perl offers all the advantages of a reference manual with a detailed, yet concise study on all of the language's key elements, and is not dependent upon either UNIX or Windows. Begins with a complete introduction to Perl: what it is, scripts vs. programs, its central characteristics, and more. Examines scalar types, expressions, and simple input and output; control statements; arrays; hashes and references; functions; pattern matching; files, input/output, and formats; CGI programming with Perl; and other advanced topics. Each chapter includes a summary and numerous exercises. For professionals in the computer science and related fields.

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DR. SEBESTA received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from Penn State University. His research is in the areas of compiler design and programming language design. He has been teaching computer science for over twenty-eight years. He is a member of ACM and the Computer Society of IEEE. Robert Sebesta currently teaches Perl programming, among other subjects, at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs.

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