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Sams Teach Yourself Perl in 24 Hours [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Clinton Pierce
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Dezember 1999 Sams Teach Yourself
Even if you're new to Perl, Sams Teach Yourself Perl in 24 Hours teaches you everything you need to know to begin producing useful CGI programs quickly. This book provides you with a solid foundation in the basics of the Perl language, so you can easily move on to more advanced books and techniques. Special attention is paid to those features that trouble new users. Building on that knowledge, you will begin to interact with your file system, operating system, and network environment. Then move on to creating useful CGI programs, such as data collection, shopping cart, server push, and e-mail forms.

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  • Taschenbuch: 431 Seiten
  • Verlag: Sams Publishing; Auflage: Pap/Cdr (Dezember 1999)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0672317737
  • ISBN-13: 978-0672317736
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 3,2 x 19,7 x 24,1 cm
  • Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 4.2 von 5 Sternen  Alle Rezensionen anzeigen (8 Kundenrezensionen)
  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 3.175.841 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)
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Even if you're new to Perl, Sams Teach Yourself Perl in 24 Hours teaches you everything you need to know to begin producing useful CGI programs quickly. This book provides you with a solid foundation in the basics of the Perl language, so you can easily move on to more advanced books and techniques. Special attention is paid to those features that trouble new users. Building on that knowledge, you will begin to interact with your file system, operating system, and network environment. Then move on to creating useful CGI programs, such as data collection, shopping cart, server push, and e-mail forms.

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Why this is the book for learning Perl
There's nothing magical about programming a computer. Like anything magical, there's always a trick to it. For learning to program in Perl (or any other language) you'll need some analytical thinking skills, the desire to learn, some time and a guide. This book is that guide.

The first 8 Hours will build your basic Perl skills: how to run Perl, how to use the documentation, the building blocks of the language, and some basic programming concepts like subroutines and loops.

The next 8 Hours exercise the more advanced features of the language that you'll need to be a really effective programmer. The topics include structures, the debugger, using modules, database basics, and filesystem manipulation. A heavy emphasis is placed on where to find your own answers, for when you've exhausted the basics.

Finally, the last 8 Hours teach you how to take Perl and use it for its most popular application -- the Web. You'll learn how the web really works, and how to use CGI it for your own web sites. All of the classic CGI programs are presented as well as some new ones, but most importantly they're presented as small programs that you can improve on.

The book treats Unix, Windows and the Macintosh evenhandedly and without bias. A copy of Perl, the required modules, webservers, exercises, and examples for each platform is included on the CD-ROM.

The theme in Teach Yourself Perl in 24 Hours is to present enough Perl so that you can write any kind of Perl programs you need and to then exercise that ability. Unneeded parts of Perl are not presented; you will not be buried in unnecessary details. At no point will you feel overwhelmed.

This is not the work of a tech writer, it was written by a Perl coder and teacher. I write Perl code every day, and have for many years. This book is the accumulation of the experiecnes in using the language and answering the questions of others. It has been thoroughly reviewed by a dozen perl experts, and by those learning perl, for accuracy, clarity and completeness. I hope you enjoy it.

Errata and additional material (including instruction materials) are available at http://www.geeksalad.org.


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5.0 von 5 Sternen excellent discussion of CGI do's and don'ts 4. Juli 2000
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This book is good for two kinds of people -- people who need an introductory text to Perl (especially if they don't have a strong programming background already); and people who are doing CGI programming. (Of course, you could happen to be both kind of person at once -- a not-advanced programmer picking up Perl to do some CGI programming.) No other Perl book I've seen so far manages to serve both audiences so well.
The part of the book (the first 3/5ths or so) that's intro to general Perl is good, clear, and free of any typos I've noticed. The current printing I saw tended to scrimp on whitespace (so you see "$x=$y*stuff($z)" instead of somehting more like "$x = $y * stuff($z)"), but I don't think it's /too/ much of a problem; and I've emailed the author and he says he'll see about getting that changed in later printings.
The section on CGI is the real windfall here. I'm sure that the author could have just banged out a chapter or two of "Hello World" CGIs plus a form2mail and a guestbook, and called that it; and the book would probably have sold just as well from casual buyers.
Instead, he ended up writing the absolute best and most careful discussion of CGI I've seen to date. Most importantly, if you're a new-to-CGI programmer and you read this book, I think it'll steer you clear of the nastier pitfalls better than any other book I've seen. That includes things that work but that open security holes, as well as things that just don't work.
And, incidentally, the book doesn't cost much, so I can recommend that even an advanced CGI programmer (even one not coding in Perl!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Teachs an old C/C++ Dog New Tricks 2. März 2000
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To be marketable in the IT world, you must be versatile. I recently spent a great deal of time interacting with HR people from several local companies as part of a new program in accelerated training at a local community college. In our talks, one theme was nearly universal, in that a generalized skill set and an ability to learn quickly was preferred over expertise in one particular area. Achieving this versatility is not easy and requires quality resources.
Recently, it was necessary for me to learn the Perl programming language in a hurry, and this is the book that I used. In less than a week, I was able to understand and teach the basics of how to write Perl programs as part of web page design. The lessons here are all short and to the point, ideal for experienced programmers who are time challenged. Over the years, I had looked at Perl from time to time, but never felt the urge or need to learn it. As a C/C++ programmer, the syntax was odd (different) enough to keep me away. That was a problem when going through this book, old habits do indeed die hard, but not enough to significantly slow me down. The clarity and brevity of the examples was enough to overcome this not insignificant hurdle.
A CD containing a recent implementation of Perl, the source code for the examples and other Perl tools is included. This allows you to get started right out of the shrink wrap without spending any additional money. It may not seem like much, but I always prefer having the source code on a CD rather than having to go to a web site to get it. The extra convenience really appears out of proportion to what it is.
Perl is a language that is powerful and seems to be growing in use. Much of that is due to the explosive nature of the Internet and business on the web.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen A great starting book. Watch for falling typos. 23. Juni 2000
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This book is broken down really well as far as dividing information into 'digestable' portions for the beginning Perl programmer. It also seems pitched towards someone with little to no programming background. Having come from just BASIC programming myself, I found it very easy to follow along with and keep up with, without being the slightest bit dry. The book also provides many examples, and small quizzes and projects at the end of most chapters. And, of course, the price couldn't be beat.
HOWEVER... And this is a big however, I marked the book's rating down because the book (particularly the examples) needed a fine tooth comb getting those typos out. There are many examples where I thought to myself 'Wait, that doesn't seem right...', did it their way and had the program fail, and realized it was a mistake on their part. Just realize that what you see in those examples isn't gospel, and if you decide to buy the book anyway, use it as a chance to practice debugging little programs.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A Good Starter Kit 30. Januar 2000
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There was a time when all you needed to know was C and Cobol. However since I last played with either of these languages, countless more have been introduced, CGI, Java, Perl C++, J++ etc etc.. I have tried to learn them but hate manuals and rarely read them. I find most are badly written and I lose interest VERY quickly. However, up until now I have avoided needing to learn any new languages.
That has changed recently and I have had no choice but to pick up a Perl book and learn it. So I was surprised when after an hour in B&N reading all the perl books that I came across this one. It actually 'talked' to me in a way I liked and more importantly, kept me interested.
For a beginner, it is an excellant book and I would have no problems recommending it to anyone. It does come with it own CD which has the Perl language. Also all the code and examples are on the CD.
If you are a beginner, don't buy the impressive looking 1200 page book, it will just gather dust.
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