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I beg you please don't laught at me. Trying to accomplish the task on this meditation, I just noticed that I was ignoring the most powerfull features in Perl just because I know almost nothing about the Perl Internals. This is a shame, but I need to admit that I have no idea on where shall I start to learn the Perl Internals.

OK, ok, not all the truth: I know that the chapter 20th or 21th from the Camel Book is entitled "Perl Internals". This could be a nice starting point, but I'm not sure if my book stills up-to-date (I have a 5 years old copy).

Is there anything like a "Idiot's Guide to the Perl Internals" on the web?

Anybody could please point this lost pilgrim the shortest path to the nearest monastery? Its late and I need some safe place to make my prayers.

In reply to Information on Perl Internals for a lost pilgrim... by monsieur_champs

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