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am 19. Januar 2000
I have owned this book for over a year and still use it regularly. While I was learning Perl syntax I found that it served very well when language guides such as "Programming Perl" fell short. When I started using the language I didn't have the syntax totally mastered and came across various little questions and problems. The "Perl Cookbook" addressed both of these by providing succinct solutions to my problems while helping me learn more about Perl syntax.
Furthermore, this book exposes you to the various Perl modules available in a more natural way than searching for them in a general language reference like "Perl in a Nutshell". Most recipies in the book present a simple code solution and then refer to a module that provides the same (and often extended) functionality.
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am 18. Dezember 1998
Soon after I bought this book, it's been on my desk anytime I'm writing Perl code. It provides a fast way of getting straight to the code samples perfectly suitable for most tasks one might need to incorporate in Perl script. That much you could expect from a "cookbook".
What makes this book brilliant is that it supports the idea of "learn as you go", the very reason many programmers turned to Perl. You don't need to know every feature of the language in order to produce powerful Perl programs. What you need in most cases is in-depth knowledge of the area you're focusing on. That's exactly where "Perl Cookbook" saves the day!
Well organized set of solutions each followed with comprehensive analysis I enjoyed reading and greatly benefited from.
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am 6. Dezember 1999
My name is Nicholas Maietta, and I am one of the PERL and CGI programmers at, an online community of programmers for Santa Cruz, California's Online community. I just recently started using the PERL language early this year, but found that surfing around for "free scripts" wasn't going to help me much. I also needed to setup a web-based email retrieval system, and for many months, I couldn't find the right answers, untill I ran accross this book. I was willing to pay $900 for server software to do the same thing that I needed to do, but found all the answers in the book. Much appreciation goes to the people who wrote it!
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am 26. November 1998
Tom and Nat's Perl Cookbook is without a doubt the most useful Perl book in my library. It provides examples and explainations on a wide range of topics from simple tasks such as template interpolation to database connectivity and user interfaces.
PCB does a wonderful job of introducing a number of concepts in applications that are useful in day to day programming while keeping the learning curve well under control. It is useful to all Perl programmers, beginning and advanced.
I recommend this book to anyone who wants to broaden their knowledge of the Perl programming language without dedicating themselves to a topic for days on end.
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am 10. April 2000
I missed the examples 'chapter' when the 2nd edition of Programming Perl was released, and this certainly is an expanded and worthwhile. The book is not precisely a reference, but it acts as a reference, when you have a problem and dont know how to solve it in Perl, the cookbook is always a sure bet.
One thing, be wary of syntax: there are multiple places in which syntax is incorrect in the book, perhaps because of typos (better testing and editing of the code presented would be suggested in any new printings).
All said The Cookbook is a wonderful edition to the Camel book.
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am 8. Februar 1999
This is by far the best Perl book you can buy today. This should be a companion to Programming Perl, which is basically a manual and 90% of it is free, and verbatim at This book contains what Programming Perl has left out, practical examples (like the previous edition of the book). A lot of the problems/solutions are in the Perl FAQ, but the book goes into detail explainations, the whys, hows, and alternative solutions, etc. There are numerous bugs in the examples, but that's Ok as long as you get the gist of the matter. I wish it has more examples, or maybe a volume II.
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am 1. März 2000
This is a must-have for the aspiring Perl programmer. I already owned Learning Perl and Programming Perl, and this book provided a very welcome addition to them. The 'recipes' are exquisitely explained, and the book answers many (and I do mean many) of the questions you may ever have (for example, how to get a random line from a file without loading the file first). Like the other O'reilly books, this work is written in a humorous way, and laid out simple and effective. If you're planning to do _anything_ in Perl, this book will be a great time-saver.
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am 13. Oktober 1998
If you are a programmer who designs code by peeking at other's code,then this book is a must buy.
It is loaded with great examples and will save you tremendous amounts of time. No more re-inventing the wheel.
This book shows you how to do almost anything with Perl.
From regular expressions and text handling to sophisticated security and web utilities, this is the book.
If you benefit from example code then this is heaven on earth.
A great job Christiansen and Torkington and many thanks to O'Reilly for publishing this book.
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am 28. September 1999
This is the most useful book that I ever had. If you are like me, who is new to Perl and want to use Perl "right away" to solve some problems, then this book is for you. Also, this book also shows how easy and convenient to program Perl for the impatient.
Mr. Hall (author of Effective Perl Programming) said that this book's subject is broad (not deep), and I add: this book shows solutions to many problems that most will encouter at some time.
this is a great cookbook that harness the power of Perl, and is also FUN to read.
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am 3. August 1999
A must for any web programmer. I wish there was a version of this book for other langauages. THIS IS THE WAY COMPUTER BOOKS NEED TO BE LAYED OUT! Beautiful, brilliant, to-the-point, and no BS, just code and solutions.
If you don't already know Perl, get another book to learn it, but then buy this after you do! If you're a programmer like me, with a "I don't want to hear a speech, just shut up and tell me how to do it" additude, then this book is for you. Hats off to the authors and publisher. Awesome.
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