Hi Fellows!
I wonder if you know of any small quests which would be suitable for a beginner, for practicing?
If you know of a site or a small problem which would be fine for Perl ...
e.g.: get used to variables, use loops, scalars ...

It is more fun to have a (not too much challenging) "problem" to solve than some hypothetical case.

Thanks for your help!

As a longterm project i want to start a match schedule calculation but thats too much for my current knowledge

Some Suggestions:
Do the exercises in the Lama Book
Do some simple exercises on the new learned stuff
Help at CPAN projects (testing)
Try to answer the questions in SOPW

direct links to answers:
Some Exercises:Re: Small Perl quests for a beginner?

Again i thank you all for your very helpful suggestions!.

In reply to Small Perl quests for a beginner? by matze77

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