In the Perl documentation, see:
And if you have access to the Camel Book1, see especially:
- “The Pursuit of Happiness,” Preface, pp. xxiii–xxvii (on the advantages of using Perl)
- “Common Goofs for Novices,” Chapter 21. Common Practices, pp. 679–691
- Chapter 22. Portable Perl, pp. 721–730
Hope that helps,
1Tom Christiansen, brian d foy & Larry Wall with Jon Orwant, Programming Perl (4th Edition, O’Reilly, 2012).
Athanasius <°(((>< contra mundum
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