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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 essential resource for network administrators and Perl programmers who are creating network applications.

    If anything, it fills the gap between W. Richard Stevens' books, and the common Perl books, very nicely.