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Re: The best way to start learning Perl?

by strat (Canon)
on Dec 12, 2001 at 17:17 UTC ( #131232=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to The best way to start learning Perl?

For me, it is difficult to find an answer, because I don't know what you know about computers and programming in common.

In my eyes, the O-Reilly-Book Learning Perl is rather good, but if you are an experianced Unix-Administrator and C-Programmer, you could perhaps start over with Programming Perl immediately.

Maybe a look at Robert's Perl Tutorial might help you anyway. You can find it at:
It covers the basics in a good way.

Best regards,
perl -e "print a|r,p|d=>b|p=>chr 3**2 .7=>t and t"

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