This book is an introduction to the rudiments of Perl programming. It provides the general reader with an interest in language with the most usable and relevant aspects of Perl for writing programs that deal with language.
Through a series of simple examples and exercises, the reader is gradually introduced to the essentials of good programming. The examples are carefully constructed to make the introduction of new concepts as simple as possible, while at the same time using sample programs that make sense to someone who works with language as data. Many of these programs can be used immediately with minimal or no modification.
The text is accompanied by exercises at the end of each chapter and all the code is available from the companion website: http://www.u.arizona.edu/~hammond.
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Table of Contents
1. Why Programming and Why Perl?.
2. Getting Started.
3. Basics: Control Structures And Variables.
4. Input and Output.
5. Subroutines And Modules.
6. Regular Expressions.
7. Text Manipulation.
Appendix A. Objects.
Appendix B. Tk.
Appendix C. Special Variables.
Appendix D. Where To Find Out More.