Introduction to Perl

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Introduction to Perl
The book provides an introduction to the new programming language Perl. This language is widely used in connection with the development of computer network. All of the examples in the book are checked for Perl version 5.003 operating system Unix FreeBSD 2.1.0

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Contents

From simple to complex
Running Perl - program
Syntax
Declaration (Ad)
A simple sentence
Complex sentences
Cycles
while
Operators cycle management
next
last
redo
for
foreach
Blocks and switch statement
The goto statement
POD operators. Documenting Programs
Variables
Context
Scalar values
Designers scalar
Designers lists
Type typeglobs
Built-in variables
Regular expressions (patterns)
Operators and priorities
Baths and left-handed operators list comprehensions
Unary operators
Operators of "binding" and = ~ =
Multiplicative operators
Additive operators
The shift operators
Named unary operators
Operators Relations
Operators Equality
Operators working with bats
The logical operators && (AND) and || (OR)
The range operator ".."
Conditional Operator '?:'
Assignment Operators
The operator ',' (comma)
Logic not, and, or, xor
Operators limiters lines
Operators O
Merge constants
Integer arithmetic
Built-in functions
Subroutines
Private variables
Variables such as local
Prototypes (prototypes)
Link as a parameter
Overriding built-in functions
Startup
Modules
Table names
Constructors and destructors
Classes
Creating a Library
Pragma library
Standard libraries
CPAN
Report Formats
Debugging
Internet - Links and literature

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