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Update: On September 19, 2003, finally added the section "Several ways to learn Perl" to this node. So far, the node was just a bunch of links with descriptions, or as you want, the "where" to learn Perl. Now the "how" is added, in which several threads about the subject are distilled.

Several people pointed me to some other good sites and books, which I gladly added (thanks!). There's some great stuff out there!


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