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There are very few Perl books that focus on algorithms and data structures because a lower level language, such as C++, tends to be better suited to that. To illustrate, you rarely write your own linked list or sorting algorithm in Perl; you tend to use built-in language features or CPAN modules for those sorts of tasks. In fact, the only Perl books I can think of that offer much in that regard are:

As for general advice on Perl books and how to learn Perl, there is no shortage of advice on those topics at Perl Monks.


In reply to Re: Please guide me regarding good books/resources on data structures and algorithms by eyepopslikeamosquito
in thread Please guide me regarding good books/resources on data structures and algorithms by shajiindia

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