Perl Programming for the Absolute Beginner / Edition 1

Perl Programming for the Absolute Beginner / Edition 1

by Jr., Jerry Lee Ford
     
 

ISBN-10: 1598632221

ISBN-13: 9781598632224

Pub. Date: 06/30/2006

Publisher: Cengage Learning


Perl is an enormously popular scripting language that runs on many different operating systems, including Windows, Linux, Unix, and Mac OS X, and provides programmers with a robust and powerful programming language that is easy to learn, yet sufficiently complex to tackle just about any job. As such, it's a perfect programming language for those new to programming…  See more details below

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Perl is an enormously popular scripting language that runs on many different operating systems, including Windows, Linux, Unix, and Mac OS X, and provides programmers with a robust and powerful programming language that is easy to learn, yet sufficiently complex to tackle just about any job. As such, it's a perfect programming language for those new to programming to learn. Perl Programming for the Absolute Beginner has been designed to teach you how to develop Perl scripts and to help you become an effective programmer, and teaches concepts through the creation of simple games. Whether you are an experienced programmer looking to learn another language or you are reading this book as the first step in your programming career, you will find that this book's games-based teaching approach makes the learning process a lot more enjoyable. You will also find that the knowledge you'll gain from developing Perl-based games will provide you with a strong foundation from which you can branch out and tackle more complex challenges.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781598632224
Publisher:
Cengage Learning
Publication date:
06/30/2006
Series:
for the Absolute Beginner Series
Edition description:
1ST
Pages:
400
Sales rank:
901,414
Product dimensions:
7.36(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.99(d)

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Perl Basics Chapter 2: Working with Strings, Numbers and Operators Chapter 3: Controlling Program Flow Chapter 4: Working With Collections of Data Chapter 5: Improving Script Organization and Structure Chapter 6: Scope and Modules Chapter 7: Regular Expressions Chapter 8: Debugging Your Perl Scripts Appendix A: Practical Perl Scripting Examples Appendix B: What's on the Companion CD-ROM? Appendix C: What Next? Glossary

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