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| || 10-02-00 || ||Vikram Vaswani and... ||41435 |
In the concluding article in the Perl 101 series, everythingyou've learnt so far is put to the test when you develop some real-worldCGI applications - a counter, a guest book and a form mailer.
| || 09-25-00 || ||Vikram Vaswani and... ||38692 |
After spending the past few months understanding Perl'svariables, operators and functions, it's time to start writing Perlprograms for the Web. This week, Perl 101 introduces you to the basics ofCGI scripting, and also teaches you how to use a new type of Perl variable,the hash.
| || 08-30-00 || ||Vikram Vaswani and... ||60931 |
This time, Perl 101 visits some of Perl's more useful in-builtfunctions, and teaches you the basics of pattern matching and substitution.Also included is a list of common string and math functions, together withexamples of how to use them.
| || 07-21-00 || ||Vikram Vaswani and... ||43963 |
This week, Perl 101 introduces you to subroutines and teaches youhow to structure your code for maximum reusability. Also included: returnvalues, my() and local() constructs, and a marriage proposal.
| || 07-14-00 || ||Dev Shed ||59977 |
This excerpt is from Wrox's book Beginning Perl. It covers the entirety of Chapter 5 - Regular expressions. Buy this book on Amazon.com now!
| || 06-29-00 || ||Vikram Vaswani and... ||56444 |
This week's article teaches you how to use Perl to interact withfiles on your system, and also provides you with a quick crash course invarious array functions.
| || 06-15-00 || ||Vikram Vaswani and... ||46392 |
Part 3 in our continuing series on the popular scripting language, Perl. This week's article teaches you more about Perl's controlstructures - including the FOR and WHILE loops - and also introduces you toPerl's array variables.
| || 06-01-00 || ||Vikram Vaswani and... ||46560 |
Now that you've got the basics of the language down, this secondarticle in the series teaches you about Perl's variables and operators, andalso introduces you to conditional expressions.
| || 05-23-00 || ||Vikram Vaswani and... ||85124 |
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.