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Posted By : Root | Date : 31 May 2010 | Comments : 0 |
Brian d foy,Tom Phoenix,Randal L.Schwartz, "Learning Perl 4th Edition"
Publisher: O'Reilly | ISBN: 0596101058 | Pages: 312 | May 21, 2007 | PDF | 1,2 MB
Learning Perl, better known as "the Llama book", starts the programmer on the way to mastery. Written by three prominent members of the Perl community who each have several years of experience teaching Perl around the world, this edition has been updated to account for all the recent changes to the language up to Perl 5.8. Perl is the language for people who want to get work done. It started as a tool for Unix system administrators who needed something powerful for small tasks.
Posted By : Root | Date : 3 April 2010 | Comments : 0 |
James Lee, "Beginning Perl, 3rd Edition"
Apress | 2010 | ISBN: 1430227931 | 464 pages | PDF | 5,8 MB

This is a book for those of us who believed that we didn’t need to learn Perl, and now we know it is more ubiquitous than ever. Perl is extremely flexible and powerful, and it isn’t afraid of Web 2.0 or the cloud. Originally touted as the duct tape of the Internet, Perl has since evolved into a multipurpose, multiplatform language present absolutely everywhere: heavy-duty web applications, the cloud, systems administration, natural language processing, and financial engineering. Beginning Perl, Third Edition provides valuable insight into Perl’s role regarding all of these tasks and more.

Commencing with a comprehensive overview of language basics, you’ll learn all about important concepts such as Perl’s data types and control flow constructs. This material sets the stage for a discussion of more complex topics, such as writing custom functions, using regular expressions, and file input and output. Next, the book moves on to the advanced topics of object-oriented programming, modules, web programming, and database administration with Perl’s powerful database interface module, DBI. The examples and code provided offer you all of the information you need to start writing your own powerful scripts to solve the problems listed above, and many more.
Posted By : SWA | Date : 11 December 2009 | Comments : 0 |
Randal L Schwartz, Phoenix Tom, Schwartz Randal, «Learning Perl, Third Edition»
O'Reilly | ISBN: 0596001320 | 2001 | PDF | 334 pages | 1.32 MB
Posted By : vanthudz | Date : 7 December 2009 | Comments : 0 |


Learning Perl/Tk: Graphical User Interfaces with Perl
O'Reilly | ISBN: 1565923146 | 1999 | PDF | 376 pages | 3.89 MB
This tutorial for Perl/Tk, the extension to Perl for creating graphical user interfaces, shows how to use Perl/Tk to build graphical, event-driven applications for both Windows and UNIX. With Tk, Perl programs can be window-based rather than command-line based, with buttons, entry fields, listboxes, menus, and scrollbars. Anyone who has written even the simplest Perl program should be able to learn Tk from this book.
Posted By : ebook-publishing | Date : 7 December 2009 | Comments : 0 |
Programming Perl (2nd Edition)
Randal L Schwartz, «Programming Perl (2nd Edition)»
O'Reilly | ISBN: 1565921496 | 1996 | PDF | 670 pages | 4.31 MB
Programming Perl, 2nd Edition is the authoritative guide to Perl version 5, the scripting utility that has established itself as the programming tool of choice for the World Wide Web, UNIX system administration, and a vast range of other applications. Version 5 of Perl includes object-oriented programming facilities. The book is coauthored by Larry Wall, the creator of Perl.
Posted By : Saunt | Date : 17 November 2009 | Comments : 0 |
Network Programming with Per

Network Programming with Perl
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional | ISBN: 0201615711 | edition 2001 | CHM | 784 pages | 10,35 mb

"Network programming"--the term had a distinct meaning once, but now it begs the question, "Is there another kind?" That's why Lincoln Stein's Network Programming with Perl is valuable. It shows how one of the world's top Perl authorities brings the language to bear on problems that require communication among computers, showing that you may not have to resort to Java as soon as you may have thought to meet a networking requirement. What's more, Stein doesn't assume you have a lot of Perl expertise. An intermediate-level familiarity with the language should enable you to understand the examples in the book and follow its classic code-and-commentary structure.
Stein presents full, working scripts, calling attention to particularly interesting lines and passages by repeating them in the text. If a program makes use of an unusual or previously undiscussed function (and lots of them do, because one of the author's missions is to introduce the contents of specialized libraries), its syntax and legal parameters will be documented and a concise statement of its behavior provided. The example programs are the best part of this book, though. As the problems get more complicated, it's fun to watch Stein solve them with efficient, attractive code. Unless you're a really experienced professional, you'll be able to study the examples in this book and learn a lot.
Posted By : ebook-publishing | Date : 25 October 2009 | Comments : 0 |
Mastering Perl
Brian D Foy, "Mastering Perl"
Publisher: O'Reilly Media, Inc. | 2007-07-16 | 344 Pages | ISBN: 0596527241 | PDF | 10.56 MB

This is the third in O'Reilly's series of landmark Perl tutorials, which started with Learning Perl, the bestselling introduction that taught you the basics of Perl syntax, and Intermediate Perl, which taught you how to create re-usable Perl software. Mastering Perl pulls everything together to show you how to bend Perl to your will. It convey's Perl's special models and programming idioms.

This book isn't a collection of clever tricks, but a way of thinking about Perl programming so you can integrate the real-life problems of debugging, maintenance, configuration, and other tasks you encounter as a working programmer.
Posted By : ebook-publishing | Date : 25 October 2009 | Comments : 0 |
Perl for System Administration
David Blank-Edelman, "Perl for System Administration"
Publisher: O'Reilly Media, Inc.; 1 edition | 2000-01-15 | 382 Pages | ISBN: 1565926099 | PDF | 1.4 MB

The Perl programming language lets you write quick yet powerful scripts for automating many administrative tasks. Written for several different platforms (Unix, Windows NT, and MacOS), Perl for System Administration is aimed at all levels of administrators--from hobbyists to card-carrying SAGE members-- sysadmins on multi-platform sites. Assuming only a little familiarity with Perl, this book leads you through the pockets of administration where Perl can be most useful, including filesystem management, user administration, directory services, database administration, log files, and security and network monitoring. Each chapter concentrates on a single administrative task, discusses the possible pitfalls, and then shows how Perl comes to the rescue. Perl for System Administration is for anyone who needs to use Perl for administrative tasks and needs to hit the ground running.



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