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This article is a third one in a series talking about the essentialPerl basics, that you should know before starting to program formod_perl.

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  1. Introduction to mod_perl (part 6): Even More Perl Basics
  2. use(), require(), do(), %INC and @INC Explained
  3. References
By: Stas Bekman
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April 08, 2003

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  • An article by Mark-Jason Dominus about how Perl handles variables andnamespaces, and the difference between use vars() and my() -http://www.plover.com/~mjd/perl/FAQs/Namespaces.html .

  • For an indepth explanation of Perl data types see the Chapters 3 and 6in the book ``Advanced Perl Programming'' by Sriram Srinivasan.

    And of course the ``Programming Perl'' by L.Wall, T. Christiansen andJ.Orwant (also known as the ``Camel'' book, named after the camelpicture on the cover of the book). Look at the Chapters 10, 11 and 21.

  • The Exporter, perlvar, perlmod and perlmodlib man pages.



 
 
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