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For the second edition, they have replaced the PERL programming language with flexible pseudocode, though the PERL code is still available on the website.
Many of the examples in this volume are presented in the PERL programming language but a deep understanding of PERL is not required to use this work.
This resource for beginning to intermediate programmers provides comprehensive coverage of the Perl programming language. Utilizing a tutorial approach, software developer Flynt guides readers through 160 sample programs that demonstrate the topics addressed.
In this resource for intermediate to advanced programmers, teacher and technology author Randal Schwartz offers a collection of practical tutorials on the Perl programming language. The tutorials are arranged into five categories: advanced Perl programming; text searching and editing; HTML and XML processing; CGI programming; and Website management.
Subsequent chapters introduce PHP and Perl programming languages for developing back-end code for Web applications.