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Wiley Publishes ActivePerl Book

posted by pudge on 2000.04.29 17:41   Printer-friendly

Tobias Martinsson's ActivePerl with ASP and ADO, a guide to using PerlScript (the ActiveX scripting engine from ActiveState), focusing on Active Server Pages and ActiveX Data Objects.

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  • "PerlScript is a "lite" version of a full-fledged programming language"

    I was intrigued to see this. As I understand it PerlScript is in fact a complete Perl with all features very much enabled (albeit unsuitable for the ASP environment).

    However, I'm sure this Perl lite concept will appeal to all those who equate real programming languages with loss of productivity.

    I think we should release an official PerlLite v. 5.6, which would be the same as Perl 5.6..... It could boost Perl's popularity no end :-)
  • Re:Perl Lite? (Score:1, Interesting)

    I think we should release an official PerlLite v. 5.6, which would be the same as Perl 5.6..... It could boost Perl's popularity no end :-)

    Then someone could get to write a real killer worm a la 'loveletter' in Perl - excellent ;-}