As my primary text for learning Perl, I've been using Perl Programming for the Absolute Beginner by Jerry Lee Ford, Jr. I'm a retired teacher with four decades of experience, and I like the approach that Ford takes. But there are two drawbacks to this book. First, a list of errata is not available from the publisher, altho there are several typos and other errors. Second, the topic of each chapter culminates in a script which the student -- me -- types in. This demonstrates the main points in that chapter's topic. Good, so far. Each chapter ends with a set of "Challenges," which direct the student to modify the script. Good. But BAD comes in when nowhere in the book are there any solutions to these Challenges. My prior programming experience has helped me solve some of the these problems but, for the most part, I've been relying on the folks here to help me. Does anyone know whether the solutions to these "challenges" have been published anywhere?