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Perl File Handling
This article describes the facilities provided for file handling in Perl. Learn how to operate on files including how to open, read, write and close both binary and text files.
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The Perl Regular Expression Tutor
The interactive tutor allows you to enter your own input and regular expressions and will show you what matches and what not.
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Perl Regex
What are regular expressions and what are they good for? This article covers the very first steps in understanding the concept of regular expressions and their use in Perl.
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Introduction to RPC::XML Module
This tutorial helps you understand: What is RPC::XML? How to install NMake 1.5. How to install RPC::XML 0.57. Example programs on how to use RPC::XML. How to pass an array as an input argument.
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Perl 6 FAQ
Perl 6 FAQ featuring over 100 answers to questions about Perl 6, including changes since Perl 5 and new features such as junctions, multi subs, hyper operators and the new class and object system. Also includes a step-by-step guide to writing your first Perl 6 program.
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A Perl Tutorial
This tutorial is very helpful for beginners to understand the basic concepts of Perl language. It contains quiz at the end of lesson, that you should take to test your understanding of the tutorial.
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Easy Perl for Beginners
For Perl beginners or as a reference. Short examples with easy to follow explanations. No long examples with bulky html forms. If you want to split an array, you get the code to split an array.
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The Fundamentals of Perl
Learn Perls basic syntax. Learn how to create and manipulate various different types of variables. Do conditional tests and learn all of the common loops.
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Two borthers: chop and chomp
Both of these very useful textual data processing functions work fine until you forget which one of them you have used in your last script. If you know the difference you never be confused about which one you should use.
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What is "0 but true" and why is it
This small tutorial will tell you why the Perl uses the "0 but true" return value when it executes some system functions. So this is a special way to show a good exit of function call.
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How to do OOP in Perl
If you already know what "Object Orientated Programming" is, this tutorial will help you implement the OOP technique in Perl.
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Object-Oriented Programming In Perl
Perl OOP can sometimes be a little confusing, especially for the inexperienced newbie. The first of a two-part article, this tutorial attempts to simplify things with a light-hearted look at some basic OO concepts in Perl. Play nice, and you might even get your very own Easter bunny!
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The Perl You Need to Know
This article begins a series on using Perl in web development scenarios. It starts with a general introduction to Perl, and then takes more in-depth looks at Internet capabilities you can leverage from within Perl programs. Developers who have some familiarity with any other programming language, from BASIC to Pascal to C to JavaScript, will benefit the most from this article; however, readers with no programming background can still follow along and pick up most of the concepts.
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