Welcome to reality! It does not matter that you are 22 years old (or did you say you have 22 years of experience?) if you do not read the manual... You should go step by step. Yesterday, I told you to check the Tutorials. In particular, you should read:
Once you finish reading those nodes, I recommend you to get an Introductory Perl Book and start learning.
And, please, be nice when asking for something. Remember that we, all here, are volunteering our time to get the most out of this community. To help you get better at asking, I recommend you to read all the nodes mentioned in Understanding and Using PerlMonks
Again, welcome to the Monastery. I am sure your journey learning Perl will be an enlightening one!
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