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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • "Network Programming with Perl" [modperl.com] by Lincoln Stein is the one book in Perl that I know of, that goes pretty deep into the same subjects: sockets, TCP, daemons, zombies...

    In fact, the book is often compared to W. Richard Stevens' books. From the back of the cover:

    Network Programming with Perl focuses on TCP/IP rather than just the common Web protocols. Modeled after the critically acclaimed TCP/IP Illustrated by W. Richard Stevens, this book achieves a level of detail far superior to most. It is an essent