Perl 5 Tutorial
by Chan Bernard Ki Hong
Number of pages: 241
This is a free Perl tutorial that is packed with everything you need to know to get started on Perl programming. Throughout the text there are many examples examples, illustrations and exercises in the form of concept consolidation questions.
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