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This question (in one of several forms - RL applications, exercises, homework, how to teach...) comes up on such a regular basis that I have compiled a list of occurrences:

  • Learning by doing.
  • Keeping sharp and fresh
  • How to start. || Ramblings of a confused mind.
  • Homework question list
  • Beginner project suggestions
  • Learning Exercises
  • How do you master Perl?
  • References workout
  • Continuing from "Turning foreach into map?" - perlr eftut and References
  • Learning the Deeper Secrets of Perl
  • Cases for teaching Perl
  • (OT) "Learn one new language every year"? Yeah, rig ht.
  • A tutorial for Perl to teach Beginners
  • What are the most basic, generic aspects of programming?
  • How's your Perl? (II)
  • How's your Perl?
  • Requesting suggestions for one day Perl course
  • Exercises Node
  • A Perl aptitude test
  • The Gates of Perl are not newbie friendly.
  • Where to start Learning Perl at The Monastary
  • Good Textbook for Teaching Perl?
  • Existential Crisis (Or: On Becoming a Better Monk)
  • Beginning Perl for system admins
  • I need some motivation
  • Do your homework!
  • Can a non-programmer teach Perl?
  • Exercises
  • Learning Perl as a First (programming) language
  • perl exercises for newbies
  • Teaching a CompSci student
  • Perl High School Graduation
  • Adult learning problem
  • How To Learn Perl From Scratch
  • OT: Data Structure First or Code First?
  • Learning Perl
  • Beginner's Object Orientation Exercises?
  • practice exercises
  • The best way to start learning Perl?
  • Teaching Perl Idioms
  • Any Help (with finding easier tutorials)? =(
  • Best Approach to Learn Perl for a Non Programmer
  • The beauty of self-help
  • What book should I use for learning Perl?
  • Learning Perl
  • How do I become a good programmer?
  • Idea Generation for New Programmer
  • Perl for Non-Programmers...
  • Meditations on the Nature of Code Exams
  • Ideas
  • Populating a Hash: Can someone help me to understand?
  • Where can i find perl assigments?
  • On the matter of Books
  • Newbies + projects
  • Update 2006-06-18: Perl Exercises
  • Interestingly enough, the basic advice boils down to what you have already received in this thread. :-)

    HTH,

    planetscape

    In reply to Re: Real Life Perl Exercises by planetscape
    in thread Real Life Perl Exercises by mikasue

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