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Beginning Perl in Learn Perl Library

posted by ziggy on 2003.02.07 11:27   Printer-friendly
Simon writes "The fine folks at Wrox Press have now released the contents of my book Beginning Perl for free download. It joins the Mason book in the Learn Perl Online Library."
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  • I'll check it out. I'm trying to get some co-workers interested in Perl and this might be an excellent resource.

    If I find the book worthwhile, I'm much more likely to buy a copy now.

    Free online materials are excellent marketing.

  • MacPerl Book (Score:3, Informative)

    by pudge (1) on 2003.02.08 13:28 (#16806) Homepage Journal
    The MacPerl book is online ... I wonder if this page would want to link to it []?
    • Done. Very Cool!

      If you send me a short description of the book, then I'll be happy to add that too.

      Back then we had a couple of copies of the MacPerl book at Netcetera to borrow to people who wanted to learn Perl. :-)

        - ask

      -- ask bjoern hansen [], !try; do();

      • Re:MacPerl Book (Score:3, Informative)

        "MacPerl: Power and Ease is designed for both the beginner to Perl, and those who want to take advantage of Perl on Mac OS. It's divided into three primary sections: learning about programming, learning about Perl, and advanced topics. The latter includes brief sections on objects and references, and more complete information on how to use the Mac toolbox modules for making windows and dialog boxes and using AppleScript with Perl. It covers the MacPerl based on perl 5.004, and Mac OS (Classic), but much