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Re: What book should I use for learning Perl?by Siddartha (Curate)
|on Aug 03, 2001 at 12:47 UTC||Need Help??|
If you are seriously looking into Perl, the Perl CD bookshelf is deffinitely something to look at.
Version 1 of the CD Bookshelf includes Learning Perl on Win32, Perl in a Nutshell, Learning Perl, Programming Perl, Advanced Perl Programming and the Perl Cookbook. It also includes a hardcopy of Perl in a Nutshell.
This is the only Perl resource I have (except for Perlmonks of course), and I still haven't gone through everything.
The new version 2 edition includes: third edition of Programming Perl, Perl for System Administration Perl in a Nutshell, Perl Cookbook, and Advanced Perl Programming, along with a hardcopy of Perl in a Nutshell.
If you specifically want Learning Perl on Win32, try to get version 1 somewhere.
It is really easy to search for stuff on the CD (on Windows, Mac or Unix), with HTML interfaces to all the content.
Hope this helps