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Perl Pocket Reference 4TH Editionby Johan Vromans
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The Perl Pocket Reference is an invaluable reference for those who find themselves frequently searching for a quick answer to a question or reminder of a syntax rule. This handy, well-organized quick reference condenses stacks of Perl documentation down to the most essential at-your-fingertips facts. For ease-of-use, convenience, and price, this little reference is the first place Perl programmers look when they need an answer quickly.
The Perl Pocket Reference provides a complete overview of the Perl programming language, all packed into a convenient, carry-around booklet. It is updated for Perl 5.8, and covers a summary of Perl syntax rules, a complete list of operators, built-in functions, and standard library modules, all with brief descriptions. Also included are the newest Perl features, such as enhanced regular expressions, multithreading, the Perl compiler, and Unicode support.
The Perl Pocket Reference, 4th Edition, is the perfect companion to the authoritative books on Perl published by O'Reilly & Associates: Programming Perl, Learning Perl, and the Perl Cookbook. This pocket reference will never make it to the bookshelf — dog-eared and well worn, it will remain within arms reach of the keyboard or tucked in a back pocket, where it will be referred to on a daily basis.
The fourth edition of our popular Perl pocket reference now covers the latest release--Perl 5.8--with a summary of Perl syntax rules, a complete list of operators, built-in functions, and standard library modules. All with brief, easy-to-find descriptions.
About the Author
Vromans has engaged in software engineering research since 1975. He was instrumental in bringing the Internet to the Netherlands as a commercial activity.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Perl Pocket ReferenceStandard ModulesPerl Links
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