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Known as much for its confusing, often oddball, syntax as for itsefficiency and speed, Perl has a mystique that very few languages canmatch. This first article in a new series gives novice and intermediateprogrammers an introduction to the basics of the language.

TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. Perl 101 (Part 1) - The Basics
  2. ...And The Little Language That Could!
  3. Your First Perl Program
  4. To Err Is Human...To Debug, Divine!
  5. What's Next?
By: Vikram Vaswani and Harish Kamath, (c) Melonfire
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May 23, 2000

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Well, that's about it for this introductory lesson - thus far, you've learned a little bit about server-side scripting, and the basic components of a Perl program. The next lesson will cover Perl's variables and operators, and you'll also be taken on a quick tour of Perl's conditional expressions. See you then!

 
 
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