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I couldn't agree more. I can't think of one Perl book with decent examples. They are always snippets out of context, or the exception. I am not a full-time professional programmer, but I use Perl in my web work. I'm too old to go back to school and get all the theory, so I need step by step how to's.

CPAN docs are about as bad. I would never have made it without the good monks at the Monastery.


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In reply to Re^2: What's missing in Perl books? by bradcathey
in thread What's missing in Perl books? by brian_d_foy

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