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Best Perl Books of All Time
The Best Perlbooks for me are:
Perl Best Practices
Object Oriented Perl
Effective Perl Programming
if one of the books is missing in your list, then it is incomplete.
++ for Effective Perl Programming. It should be on every perl dev's bookshelf -- I'd recommend it over Damian's Best Practices.
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