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Nearly every Perl book I've ever read has had multiple instances of:
"XXX is left as an exercise to the reader".
While I'm happy to be corrected, I suspect O'Reilly
has the largest collection of Perl books.
I wasn't intending to post any particular title but, when checking the URL for O'Reilly,
I did notice Games, Diversions & Perl Culture
which is possibly the type of thing you're looking for.
A general Internet search may be better but be prepared for a large result set unless you're specific:
googling just 'perl book' indicated over 6 million results.
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