Perl 6 at a Glance
by Andrew Shitov
Publisher: DeepText 2017
Number of pages: 155
This book is about Perl 6, a programming language of the Perl family. It covers many basic and in-depth topics of the language and provides the initial knowledge you need to start working with Perl 6. The book does not require any previous experience with Perl, although some general understanding of programming is assumed.
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