and noticed that Perl (5 and 6) are missing.
I don't think they are :)
Remember -:: The state of Perl ScreenCasts ::-?
If you feel perl5-6 aren't represented on this (yet another unpopular website), volunteer to copy/paste from the dozens available :) Perl Tutorial Hub Learn to Spot a Good Tutorial
What is the best way to master perl and Where and how to start learning Perl , Modern Perl, Learn Perl in about 2 hours 30 minutes, perl 5, perl 6, http://rosettacode.org/wiki/Perl, http://www.ignition-training.com/booklets/perldistilled.pdf (backed up on http://coralcdn.org/)
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