My first PERL book was: "PERL5 by Example" aka PERLbe
by David Medinets and distributed by QUE... It totally
rocked. I own "PERL In a Nutshell" but PERLbe was the first
and in my opinion the best book I read on PERL.
I read PERLbe for the first time 4 years ago when I was
just a wee freshman in college and had yet to learn to
code, PERLbe helped me both learn to code and learn PERL.
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