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Re: (Perl) Programming Books like the Camel Book

by Aim9b (Monk)
on Jul 31, 2007 at 19:37 UTC ( #629913=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to (Perl) Programming Books like the Camel Book

Amarquis, I have more programming experience than Perl, but I am 700+ pages into the 1071 page 3rd edition & here are some thoughts... The book assumes a c/c++/unix background, which I have only student experience. It has an extreeme amount of "forward" referrences. (ie. See blah blah blah in Chapter 31, when I'm reading chapter 6, & 12, & 14, etc.). Beyond this, it's been very helpful, & I've only become MORE determined to gain a perl proficiency. Based on this thread, I plan on tackling the Cookbook & Best Practices next. Thanks, -Bill.
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[Corion]: r@j: Have you printed what '$Process_java' prints? How will Perl know that you mean a variable named $Process and not a variable named $Process_java? Also, why doesn't Perl complain when you're using strict in your program?
[erix]: thanos1983: s/ For login purposes / For logging purposes / # I suppose ...
[r@j]: Actully $Process_Java this is getting from config file

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