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Learning Perl Student Workbook epub

by brian d foy


Learning Perl Student Workbook epub

ISBN: 0596009968

ISBN13: 978-0596009960

Author: brian d foy

Category: Technology

Subcategory: Programming

Language: English

Publisher: O'Reilly Media; 4th edition (October 1, 2006)

Pages: 64 pages

ePUB book: 1543 kb

FB2 book: 1541 kb

Rating: 4.3

Votes: 734

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Learning Perl Student Workbook book.

Learning Perl Student Workbook book.

Exercises are presented in the first half of the workbook, with the answers in the second.

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He is also the founder of Perl Mongers, the founder of the White Camel Awards, a frequent speaker at conferences including The Perl Conference and YAPC (Yet Another Perl Conference).

He's a frequent speaker at Perl conferences. He's the co-author of Learning Perl, Intermediate Perl, and Effective Perl Programming, and the author of Mastering Perl. He was been an instructor and author for Stonehenge Consulting Services from 1998 to 2009, a Perl user since he was a physics graduate student, and a die-hard Mac user since he first owned a computer.

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I'm studying "Learning Perl" 6th edition and felt I needed additional exercises to work. I was delighted to find the Student Workbook, and downloaded it to my Kindle. Working the exercises in the Student Workbook gives me a better understanding of Perl. A nice feature of the ebook is that I'm able to follow the link from a problem to the answer given by the book - almost always more interesting than my answer.

Way to go brian d foy!
Great supplement to the Learning Perl Textbook, I used this to solidify my Knowledge of Perl before taking my Perl Specialist Certification
This book has a lot of explanations and exercises. I have gone through several chapters only, so I can only review what I have read. This book is starts with the basics and leads to the more advance topics but keep you growing in a very comfortable pace.
Excellent examples to go off of!
I really like this book. I teach programming and one of the essayist Languages to learn is Perl. This book along with its parent book aided in teaching my classes.
Great book!
This is a typical workbook that accompanies the lectures. You will find here lots of exercises related to Perl. Some of them are real brain teasers, some of them intend to show you some particular feature of Perl and some of them are just there - they don't require too much effort to solve.

When it comes to the complexity of puzzles, I think that advanced Perl developers will find this book much to easy. This is because examples are based on topics you have probably faced already in you Perl development. However, the title says it's purpose is to teach perl. And this is the place it fit bests. If you are new to Perl, solving the issues may save your time in future. Patterns found here are typical for a programming day to day routine.

The great benefit of the book lays in the solutions (they consume roughly two-thirds of the book!). And this is the point. If you don't know the answer you get complete explanation as a means of consolation.

The price is tempting as well. In fact I have bought the book with an idea behind that 4$ is not that much after all if it turns out that I wasted money. Hopefully, it was the other way round.
These additional problems have been very, very useful in solidifying the Perl that I've been learning from *Learning Perl*. However, the problems are not keyed to the content of the most recent edition (7th) of *Learning Perl*. In several chapters, the solutions foy presents draw on material that has not yet been covered in the corresponding *Learning Perl* chapter. I have found most of these problems to be solvable… just less elegantly so.