Perl programmers increasingly rely on the Web, online help, and other online information sources to solve technical problems. Version 3.0 of O'Reilly's Perl CD Bookshelf gives you convenient online access to your favorite books from your CD-ROM drive. We've updated this best selling product with the electronic versions of 7 popular Perl books. Included are the second edition of Perl in a Nutshell (paperback version included), the third editions of Learning Perl and Programming Perl, the Perl Cookbook, and 3 new titles: Perl & XML, Perl & LWP, and Mastering Perl/Tk.
In addition to the reference material and tutorials in Programming Perl and Learning Perl, many of the most popular and useful applications for Perl are covered in these seven books. Many XML programmers are turning to Perl as a language for XML processing because of its text-processing features and the many powerful modules designed for XML development. LWP is the most downloaded Perl distribution in all of CPAN (Comprehensive Perl Archive Network). Perl/Tk is the most mature toolkit, has a wide community of experienced users, and is easy to use for building applications.
Never has it been easier to learn, or look up, what you need to know online. Formatted in HTML, The Perl CD Bookshelf, Version 3.0, can be accessed with any web browser. The books are fully searchable and cross-referenced. In addition to individual indexes for each book, there is a master index for the entire library. With the CD Bookshelf, you get a complete Perl library that you can easily carry with you anywhere you need it.
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|Edition description:||Third Edition|
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