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Effective Perl Programming: 60 Methods and Rules for Scripting Better Programs (A-W Developers Press) [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Joseph N. Hall , Randal L. Schwartz
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30. Dezember 1997 A-W Developers Press
Perl experts Joseph Hall and Randal Schwartz share sixty concise lessons, focusing on programming techniques, pointers, rules of thumb, and the pitfalls to avoid, enabling students to make the most of Perl's power and capabilities. Through their advice, they help students develop a knack for the right ways to do things. They show how to solve problems with Perl, and how to debug and improve Perl programs. Through examples, they help you learn good Perl style. Geared for students who have already acquired Perl basics, the book will extend students' skill range, giving them the tactics and deeper understanding they need to create Perl programs that are more elegant, effective, and succinct. The book also speaks to those who want to become more fluent, expressive, and individualistic Perl programmers. The author maintains a substantial companion website at http://www.effectiveperl.com.

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  • Taschenbuch: 288 Seiten
  • Verlag: Addison Wesley Pub Co Inc; Auflage: 4 Sub (30. Dezember 1997)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0201419750
  • ISBN-13: 978-0201419757
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 1,6 x 18,3 x 22,9 cm
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Effective Perl Programming is a gem of a Perl book. Its author, Joseph Hall, is a well-known Perl instructor and frequent poster on the seminal comp.lang.perl.misc newsgroup. The book's technical editor is none other than Randal Schwartz, noted Net personality, enigmatic author of Learning Perl, and contributor to Programming Perl.

Hall has distilled his years of Perl experience into a book for Perl programmers that is both fluid and fun to read. It's somewhat like reading the Perl FAQ; even when you think you know everything, there's so much you don't know.

Effective Perl Programming has a clear layout: the text is easy on the eyes and the monospaced font makes a clear distinction between backticks and single quotes. Hall uses his PEGS (PErl Graphical Structures) notation to show the difference between Perl's different types of data structures and how everything ties together.

Packed with great examples and code snippets, this book is an excellent source of tips and tricks to make your Perl programs faster and easier to read. You'll also find a strong section on using the Perl debugger to improve your Perl programming skills. In yet another section, Hall walks the reader through the creation of a complete XS module that can boost the performance of array shuffling eight-fold. All in all, this is a great book for programmers who want to move beyond plain, verbose Perl toward a more succinct and powerful coding style.

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Perl experts Joseph Hall and Randal Schwartz share sixty concise lessons, focusing on programming techniques, pointers, rules of thumb, and the pitfalls to avoid, enabling students to make the most of Perl's power and capabilities. Through their advice, they help students develop a knack for the right ways to do things. They show how to solve problems with Perl, and how to debug and improve Perl programs. Through examples, they help you learn good Perl style. Geared for students who have already acquired Perl basics, the book will extend students' skill range, giving them the tactics and deeper understanding they need to create Perl programs that are more elegant, effective, and succinct. The book also speaks to those who want to become more fluent, expressive, and individualistic Perl programmers. The author maintains a substantial companion website at http://www.effectiveperl.com.

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5.0 von 5 Sternen Already a Perl programmer? Become a better one! 18. Mai 2000
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I've been using Perl casually for a few years now, but when I first got this book six months ago, I sort of skimmed through it and didn't find anything too interesting. But when I started doing a few Perl projects, I kept thinking, "Hey, didn't that book say something about a better way to do this?" So I'd look it up, and an elegant solution to my problem would be there. It's not that I couldn't have done it without the tip, because as all Perl programers know, "There's More Than One Way To Do It", but it taught me a cleaner way than I would have done otherwise.
Most tips are no longer than a few pages, and they are neatly organized by topic ("Regular Expressions", "Subroutines", etc.) in the index. Highly recommended for the semi-experienced Perl programmer who is looking to polish their programming skills.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Das bringt mich weiter! Eine wahre Freude 30. September 2002
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Das Buch ist einfach gut. Auf kurzen 250 Seiten sind viele tolle Kniffe geschildert die mich weitergebracht haben. Mein Lieblingskapitel: Learn the myriad ways of sorting.
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Effective Perl Programming is a concise, well written guide that is packed with useful Perl tips. The book is a series of "Items" (in the same style as Effective C++) that are each a tip about how to use Perl. Each tip is accompanied by a detailed description that discusses the pros and cons or each tip and several examples. The tips are then arranged into sections such as "Regular Expressions" and "Object Oriented Programming". In a relatively small book the authors manage to present an enormous amount of helpful information.
This book is a worthwhile purchase if you are a new or intermediate Perl developer. The tips presented here will really help improve your code. However, if you have been working with Perl for a while then this book isn't worth the money. There might be a tip or two that you don't know, but chances are you know most of what is presented.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen straight forward and honest 19. März 2000
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This is an excellent book. It runs through 60 items, through regular expressions, "map", and "grep". Each item describes a concepts and best usage of one of the core concepts of Perl. This may be one of the first technical books I read from start to finish (the very *best* way to read this book of progressive concept development). Reading this book changed my understanding of Perl programming, improved my code (by the first 50 pages), and reduced my programming mistakes.
This was also the single most fun technical book I have read. Not comedy, but true delight at finding new ways to use Perl. I can readily believe that Joseph Hall is a successful and popular instructor, if this is an example of his class design.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A joy and an inspiration 12. März 2000
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Reading this book was both a joy and an inspiration. So much packed into just 250 pages! Not wordy, gets right to the point, ideal for the busy programmer. This is the best second book on Perl; it especially helps a Perl programmer make the transition from writing Perl in C style to writing native idiomatic Perl.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen If you program Perl, this book belongs on your desk. 16. Februar 2000
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It's slim, but packed with incredibly useful knowledge. The book is organized as a number of "Issues" each of which has numerous examples and related sub-issues. This book is in the same vein as "The Perl Cookbook", but addresses problems from a more general approach, instead of "How do I do X?". This is not a book for Perl newbies, but after going through "Learning Perl" and hacking a few scripts, a beginner should have encountered some of the issues that this book addresses. The book is readable and the examples are useful. Some of the more useful, but less-understood features of Perl (map, grep are the ones I've encountered so far) are explained quite well. All in all, reading this book should take you from Perl baby-talk to Perl adulthood.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen I improved my perl skills with this book everyday... 15. Januar 2000
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I have written several good cgi scripts in perl before reading this book. While reading this book, in each page of it thought me more about perl. I learned how to "sort" , "map" , "grep" efficiently from this book. Great tips for efficient regular expressions. I suugest it to every perl programmer.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A must have for every serious perl programmer... 10. September 1999
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Reading this book will make the difference between you writing code in perl and writing perl code. The only thing better than this book is Joseph's 'live' training. He does have the best shirts of any instructor I've ever seen ;^) And yes, he WILL sign your book there.
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