Learning from books
There are a lot of excellent books on various aspects of perl.
Here are those which we highly recommend.
Randal L. Schwartz, Tom Phoenix, Brian D Foy
2011 (6th Edition)
This is an excellent introductory text for
those with a little programming experience.
Larry Wall, Tom Christiansen, Jon Orwant
2000 (3rd Edition)
For a thorough grounding in the art of
programming perl, this book is a must. Co-authored by Larry Wall
himself this is a full treatment of many different aspects of
using perl to achieve computational success.
Tom Christiansen, Nathan Torkington
2003 (2nd Edition)
A fantastic resource for the busy programmer.
Hundreds of worked and annotated solutions to common
programming problems - all the hard work done by experts.
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