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    1. Learning Perl on Win32 Systems
    In this carefully paced course, leading Perl trainers and a Windows NT practitioner teach you to program in the language that promises to emerge as the scripting language of choice on NT. Based on the 'llama' book, this book features tips for PC users and new NT-specific examples, along with a foreword by Larry Wall, the creator of Perl, and Dick Hardt, the creator of Perl for Win32. Contents include: An introduction to 'the Perl way' for Windows users, A quick tutorial stroll through Perl in one lesson, Systematic, topic-by-topic coverage of Perl's broad capabilities, Innumerable, brief code examples, Programming exercises for each topic, with fully worked-out answers, Access to NT system functions through Perl, Database access with Perl, CGI programming with Perl, and Perl modules for OLE automation and the Registry.
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    2. Advanced Perl Programming
    This book covers complex techniques for managing production-ready Perl programs and explains methods for manipulating data and objects that may have looked like magic before. It gives you necessary background for dealing with networks, databases, and GUIs, and includes a discussion of internals to help you program more efficiently and embed Perl within C or C within Perl.
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    3. Herong's Tutorial Notes on Perl - Part B
    This collection of notes and sample codes are based on my personal experiences with Perl on both Unix and Windows systems. Topics covered include binary file, CGI, class, client server, DBM file, debug, directory handle, file handle, file test, free, function, hard reference, IIS, Internet, language, Linux, module, MySQL, name space, object, object method, online, open directory, open file, package, Perl, regular expression, RPC::XML, sample codes, SOAP, SOAP::Lite, socket communication, soft reference, split, subroutine, performance, TCP, XML, XML-RPC, XML::Simple.
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    4. Herong's Tutorial Notes on Perl - Part A
    This collection of notes and sample codes are based on my personal experiences with Perl on both Unix and Windows systems. Topics covered include binary file, CGI, class, client server, DBM file, debug, directory handle, file handle, file test, free, function, hard reference, IIS, Internet, language, Linux, module, MySQL, name space, object, object method, online, open directory, open file, package, Perl, regular expression, RPC::XML, sample codes, SOAP, SOAP::Lite, socket communication, soft reference, split, subroutine, performance, TCP, XML, XML-RPC, XML::Simple.
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    5. Professional Perl Programming
    This book provides comprehensive coverage of the Perl language. It covers the fundamentals of data types and file handling through advanced features like regular expressions, object-oriented programming, threads, internationalization, and integrating Perl with the C programming language. The latest version, Perl 5.6, is used throughout, with commentary for those with earlier versions. Both aspiring and experienced Perl programmers will benefit from the expertise in this book, whether they are looking to develop serious applications, improve their productivity, or simply learn a more powerful and portable replacement for shell scripts.
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    6. Perl for Web Site Management
    This book shows how to write CGI scripts to incorporate search engines, convert multiple text files to HTML, monitor log files, and track visitors to your site. Checking links, batch editing HTML files, tracking users, and writing CGI scripts--these are the often tedious daily tasks that can be done much more easily with Perl. If you're more interested in streamlining your web activities than in learning a new programming language, Perl for Web Site Management is for you: it's not so much about learning Perl as it is about using Perl to do common web chores more efficiently. Even if you don't have any programming background, this book will get you quickly past Perl's seemingly forbidding barrier of chops and chomps, execs and elsifs.
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    7. mod perl Developer's Cookbook
    The mod_perl Developer's Cookbook shows programming with the mod_perl API by example. The book takes developers from the basics of mod_perl to the development of advanced Web applications. Developers will learn tricks, solutions, and mod_perl idioms gleaned from the authors' experience as developers and expert users.
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    8. Mysql and Perl for the Web
    'MySQL and Perl for the Web' provides a much-needed handbook for database and Web developers seeking an extensive and detailed guide for using the combination of MySQL and Perl to build dynamic and interactive database-backed Web sites. It shows how to use Perl's DBI database access module, pairing it with with the CGI.pm module that allows Web pages and forms to be generated and processed easily. These tools provide developers with a solid foundation for creating applications that incorporate database content to create dynamic, up-to-date Web sites.
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    9. Herong's Tutorial Notes on Perl - Part B
    This collection of notes and sample codes are based on my personal experiences with Perl on both Unix and Windows systems. Topics covered include binary file, CGI, class, client server, DBM file, debug, directory handle, file handle, file test, free, function, hard reference, IIS, Internet, language, Linux, module, MySQL, name space, object, object method, online, open directory, open file, package, Perl, regular expression, RPC::XML, sample codes, SOAP, SOAP::Lite, socket communication, soft reference, split, subroutine, performance, TCP, XML, XML-RPC, XML::Simple.
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    10. Herong's Tutorial Notes on Perl - Part A
    This collection of notes and sample codes are based on my personal experiences with Perl on both Unix and Windows systems. Topics covered include binary file, CGI, class, client server, DBM file, debug, directory handle, file handle, file test, free, function, hard reference, IIS, Internet, language, Linux, module, MySQL, name space, object, object method, online, open directory, open file, package, Perl, regular expression, RPC::XML, sample codes, SOAP, SOAP::Lite, socket communication, soft reference, split, subroutine, performance, TCP, XML, XML-RPC, XML::Simple.
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