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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • writes Perl 101 is a 5-part series

    Except of course that there are presently only two parts - but based on those two they are going to need to raise the intensity a lot if they are going to cover enough ground to have the reader doing useful stuff with DBI by the end of the fifth

    Possibly a better introductory tutorial IMO is that of Nik Silver [leeds.ac.uk] which has been widely recommended in comp.lang.perl.misc in the past and never seriously criticized although it probably is getting a little old now.

    /J\

  • Someone also recommended This tutorial [cf.ac.uk] I havent had the change to check it out in any detail but it doesnt seem glaringly bad

    /J\

  • One that I like is Robert's Perl Tutorial [netcat.co.uk]. It falls more toward the chatty end of the spectrum, but I've always been a sucker for local color (colour?) in a beginner-oriented tutorial.
  • Is it any coincidence that all three of the Tutorials posted so far have been from the UK ?

    /J\