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Re^2: Programming Perl
in thread Programming Perl
I like dead trees, so I went from Learning Perl to The Perl Cookbook to Learning Perl(4th) with a detour through Cross-Platform GUI Programminng with wxWidgets(wxPerl).
I also read most of the Perl Monks posts on a daily basis to broaden my vision of what is out "there". From this I know I need to spend more time with split, join, map, grep, and regexs. Some of that stuff looks like whistling into an acoustic coupler!
I like to learn from reading good code as has already been mentioned.