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PERL 5. 2nd edition (Anglais) Broché – 12 juillet 1999


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Needs updated, needs index, needs better organization 9 février 1999
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Format: Broché
As a Perl programmer I often need to look up a word or command to see how it is used. This reference makes it tough because it is organized by categories, instead of alphabetically. So if you're not sure what a command does - you'll look forever trying to find it. The book could also use a highlighted index along the side of the book like "Perl in a Nutshell" (This is the book you SHOULD get instead). They should expand the reference to include minor examples as well. Out of all the O'Reilly Perl books, this is the one I find myself going to the least - when it should be an indispensible reference...
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The most handy Perl book for an occasional Perl hacker. 20 décembre 1999
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Format: Broché
This is a great little book for those who already know perl, but don't program in it enough to remember it all. I always carry it in my bag. Not the best book for the beginner.
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Pretty good pocket-reference 21 décembre 1998
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Format: Broché
At $5-6, this is very affordable and a necessity when you work at more than one location (home and office) but only keep one set of books. Though sometimes cryptic with notations, I find it to be quite complete and easier to use than thumbing through a complete reference book.
The book does nothing more than nudge your memory and sometimes show you language features you knew nothing about. For the latter, a complete reference is required to use the feature (or some tedious experimentation). I expect nothing more from a pocket reference.
The author has grouped the language components into sections and there is a TOC. However, I would augment the TOC with an index - I tend to use a pocket reference to find a specific item rather than an entire group.
I would buy the next edition of the book if it were to contain an index and embolden the function names in certain sections to make scanning the pages a bit easier.
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Does anyone actually put these things in their pockets? 9 décembre 1999
Par Andy Lester - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I guess if your have to carry documentation around with you all day, this is the book to have. Otherwise, get Perl In A Nutshell.
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A mnemonic device, nothing more 2 mars 2000
Par Joseph E. Swanson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This book is little more than a list of perl methods to help jog your memory. If you're fluent in perl but sometimes need to remember the name of a method, this book can help you. But you'd better be able to remember the proper syntax on your own, since the book doesn't include it (granted, perl is fluid enough to make that an easy guess too). If you want a language reference, this book isn't it. It's like carrying a set of flash cards. If you don't know it to begin with, this book won't help you learn it. Even as a reference I found it lacking.
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