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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Hopefully this book is substantially different from Lincoln Stein's excellent Network Programming With Perl [amazon.com]. Just from the description it seems like there's a heck of a lot of overlap, though the new book seems more focussed on teaching general concepts, using Perl as a teaching tool.
    • Lincoln Stein's book is incredibly well written. And I am happy to see that another book has been published about perl & network programming.
      • I agree - Lincoln's book is great. It it my hope that Perl programmers serious about network programming would have a copy of both Lincoln's and my book on their Perl bookshelf. Let's face it: I'd be a nut to try and compete directly with Lincoln. That's why I stated in an earlier reply that I feel my book complements his. There is a certain amount of unavoidable overlap, but we both cover topics (in some detail) that the other doesn't.

        I'm pleased you welcome another book in this area. I hope you fin