Advanced Perl Programming. By Sriram Srinivasan; ISBN , pages. First Edition, August (See the catalog page for this book.). Advanced Perl Programming has ratings and 1 review. Sopan said: I learned almost all my programming from this book. Helpful not only to learn advance. Note that this is a review of the first edition of Advanced Perl Programming. It has subsequently been updated by a different author (Simon.
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Here you can learn the complex techniques for production-ready Perl programs.
Also, read Object Oriented Perl for more elaboration on that topic. HaldtmcewanlibibBrewmasteralissa.
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Although small and printed in — this book covers deep details about Perl which I believe are still valid almost 20 years later Major topics covered include: I think the best parts of this book, the ones that cover material that I think is still relatively accurate and that are not well-covered by other resources, are the chapters on typeglobs and on XS.
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Whether your knowledge of Perl is casual or deep, this book will make you a more accomplished programmer. Extending Perl A First Course. Fred Milano rated it liked it Aug 05, Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1.
I’m gonna continue reading it I bought it primarily for the chapters on XS programming, since I was just starting to develop and help maintain code that built Perl interfaces for C libraries. Cozens covers the highlights of these, including several he has written himself which turn out to be, for the most part, useful; However, Maypole has be all but supplanted by the more modern Catalyst.
Here you can learn the complex techniques for production-ready Perl programs. The chapter on tying, which is otherwise excellent, is badly out of date on what functionality and methods are available and is no longer a reliable guide to using that feature except for simple cases.
I learned almost all my programming from this book. Or you need to do more complicated error trapping. But even discarding those chapters and the mostly srinivawan Tk referencethere’s a lot of great material here that would have been quite helpful in Enrique rated it really liked it Aug 18, And the introduction to modules is adequate but not compelling; most other introductions to object-oriented programming and module construction in Perl are better.
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I wasn’t fond of string eval even inand I still think it produces code that, while efficient and quite powerful, is horribly difficult to understand.
There’s a lot of good stuff here I didn’t know, but It wasn’t made clear when I bought it that this was the First Rsiram, fromand there is a much newer edition available, with a very different content. Google Books — Loading This is all time my favorite – I love the way author has handled each aspect of the topic.
But the rest of the book is fairly solid, if limited by age. Ships from and sold by Maria Figueroa. Srinivasan is quite fond of eval with a scalar argument to construct code at runtime, something that most current authors recommend against when it can be avoided. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.
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Amna Ali rated it it was amazing Aug 29, Amazon Kindle 0 editions. Amazon Inspire Srirma Educational Resources.
If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? If I’d read it when I first started with XS, it would have indeed helped.
Still, I recommend it.
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