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anything that you would highly recommend after Learning Perl, Programming Perl, and The Perl Cookbook?
Well, allow me to plug that other book that I make a few cents from, Effective Perl Programming.

After that, it really depends on what specific Perl application area you are looking at. I have a list of books I would spend money on, and you can check the reviews there.

Yes, but I often don't know to ask. I never would have known to ask about the %SIG-handler code
Yes, one of the suckiest things about not knowing is not knowing what you don't know. So that's why we have peer review, design review, code review. No man is an island, especially that one the survivor people were on.
It would be nice if someone at work coded some, specifically Perl, ya' know, someone to peruse my code on occassion, but there's nobody.
But think of the experts you have here! Maybe I need to get vroom to create a section called Code Review, where we could post snippets (perhaps anonymously, with a private feedback link) and let others issue code review, but telling still others that this is perhaps questionable code.
update: see Code Review section, anyone?

-- Randal L. Schwartz, Perl hacker

In reply to RE: RE: Re: Perl secrets by merlyn
in thread Perl secrets by BastardOperator

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