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From:Isabelle Poueriet Date:March 24 1999 4:22pm
Subject:Re: Good beginners book for perl
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The best I've found so far is Learning Perl 2nd edition by
Randal L. Schwartz & Tom Chistiansen - O'REILLY.

A more complete reference but not recommended for beginners is
Programming Perl - same authors & publisher.


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On Wed, 24 Mar 1999, Bill Koob wrote:

> I do not have a clue as to how perl works
> and need the recommendation for a good
> book on perl so I could at least run
> the bench tests for mysql.
> 
> Thanks,
> bill koob
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> Have a great Hunt
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Good beginners book for perlBill Koob24 Mar
  • Re: Good beginners book for perlMicheal Mc Evoy24 Mar
  • Re: Good beginners book for perlIsabelle Poueriet24 Mar