Here at PerlMonks you got the sections "Tutorials
" and "Categorized Questions and Answers
", in addition to the various questions being asked around everyday, there is a wealth of knowledge to be picked of course, the thing is if you really want an approach to learn one thing at a time and learn it well,in a systematic progressive way that is well designed you probably need books coupled with the interactivity experienced here at PM because majority of online tutorials for Perl they only serve to introduce you to the language and they are rather confusing, check the Book Reviews
and Perl Reference Materials: Books
section for relative info about books and for the modules check the Module Reviews
section which perhaps can enable you to set priorities straight with regard to which modules are best for you to pick and use for a certain task at hand.
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