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Re: A tutorial for Perl to teach Beginners

by phobia (Sexton)
on Sep 06, 2004 at 14:02 UTC ( #388803=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to A tutorial for Perl to teach Beginners

I like the idea, the only thing, I I think you might want to think about is how you actually do the tutorial. It is easy to write a tutorial about a specific part of a language, but it seems like you are going to give an array of the language. What would be kind of cool, if you could do is, write your tutorial in perl. That have like a funky little way of showing off, what perl can do. (Though, that won't be the highlight of the language.)


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Re^2: A tutorial for Perl to teach Beginners
by theroninwins (Friar) on Sep 06, 2004 at 14:25 UTC
    On this I haven't decided yet and like I said I am a beginner to the language as well, but if it is posible to me to do so I will of course do so, so people that read the tutorial may browse the source code as an final example or something like that. :-)
    The written tutorial that I will post on this page is only part of my project planned, but what I really want is to make it interactive: A lesson will explain the part that is subject at that time and then the peopple that read it can practice what they read.
    If that is possible then I will try to do it in perl.

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