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Learning Perl, 2nd Edition (en anglais) (Anglais) Broché – 1 août 1997
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However, there are a few important things to note. This is not a standalone book. You will need to get the Programming in Perl book as well to serve as a reference guide. Also, this book assumes basic Unix knowledge. If you have no exposure to Unix, a couple of things (very minor though) might be a bit baffling. If you've played with Unix, then this book is a breeze.
I managed to ramp myself up on Perl and start writing some sweet scripts within a week. I also bought the Programming in Perl book and now I turn to that book for the more heavy duty stuff.
The long and short of it: this is the best beginners book around for Perl.
I bought this book only in hopes that I would be able to hack existing programs to fine tune them more to my needs not to write my own. Guess what... It's not as hard as I thought. This book starts you off building a fun little script in the first chapter and by the end of the second you are writing three of your own. Each chapter brings you painlessly closer to understanding the basic principals of perl. By the end of the book I was able to write some simple, but very functional scripts on my own.
While this book does NOT claim to teach you to be a programmer and only covers the basics, it sure teaches you to think and read in perl. If you are thinking about it yourself don't look any further.
I've given it a "10" because it is just as good (since more or less the same!) as the first edition, which was excellent. But, I've returned my copy for a refund. Wish I checked it out in a bookstore before ordering it over the Web. You tend to believe the O'Reilly people, but I guess they are given to as much hype as the next publisher.... ;-(
Learning Perl is a good book for beginners. But alot has changed since 1997 (when it was published). If you want to learn the "basics" of Perl and are just gonna play around with Perl, this is one of the books for you. If you need to learn Perl for use in a production environment, you should look at some of the newer O'Reilly books on Perl. This book is just too old and outdated for me to give it more than 3 stars
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