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Perl Modules [Paperback]

Eric Foster-Johnson


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Book Description

1998
Youve mastered the Perl basics. Now shift into high gear and maximize the capabilities of this powerful and widely-used programming language.

In Perl Modules, author Eric Foster-Johnson teaches you how to take advantage of these useful add-on features that enhance the functionality of Perl programs and reduce the amount of time it takes to write code. You get an overview of the most exciting modules available, and learn how to reuse existing code and create your own modules. Foster-Johnson also includes tons of practical examples and tutorials that will help you along the way. The CD-ROM features complete source code for Perl 5, all the modules, scripts, and Web documents in the book, shareware, binary versions of Perl for Windows 95 and Windows NT, and much more.


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3.0 out of 5 stars Good book, but the print is too big June 24 1999
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The book has some quite useful code and good examples of how OO works in Perl. I think they could have shrunk the font size down alot and saved a tree when they published it, though. It does have some real good source code that came with it, as well.

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