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Advanced Perl Programming (Perl Series) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 1. August 1997

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'This book lives up to everything I have come to expect of the O'Reilly Nutshell series, being both technically accurate and highly readable. I would recommend it to anyone needing to extend or embed perl as well as to those wishing to move to more complex perl programming than they might be doing at the moment.' - Tom Hughes, Cvue, January 2000

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So you've learned Perl, but you're getting frustrated. Perhaps you've taken on a larger project than the ones you're used to. Or you want to add a user interface or a networking component. Or you need to do more complicated error trapping. Whether your knowledge of Perl is casual or deep, this book will make you a more accomplished programmer. Here you can learn the complex techniques for production-ready Perl programs. This book explains methods for manipulating data and objects that may have looked like magic before. Furthermore, it sets Perl in the context of a larger environment, giving you the background you need for dealing with networks, databases, and GUIs. The discussion of internals helps you program more efficiently and embed Perl within C or C within Perl. Major topics covered include: Practical use of packages and classes (object-oriented programming); Complex data structures; Persistence (e.g., using a database); Networking; Graphical interfaces, using the Tk toolkit; Interaction with C language functions; Embedding and extending the Perl interpreter In addition, the book patiently explains all sorts of language details you've always wanted to know more about, such as the use of references, trapping errors through the eval operator, non-blocking I/O, when closures are helpful, and using ties to trigger actions when data is accessed.

You will emerge from this book a better hacker, and a proud master of Perl.

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This is, as the title implies, a book for advanced programmers. You are not supposed to be reading it until "Learning Perl" seems really basic to you and when you are ready to make the progression from browsing "Programming Perl" (the Camel book) -a reference guide to ALL of Perl- to writing a real & complex application. This book serves then as an introduction to several complex topics (DBI, data structures, Tk, OO, & Perl C internals) and gives a better explanation in some areas where the Camel book falls short or becomes too complex (here the explanations are better, but don't expect full tutorials from A to Z). I warn you. It is the perfect companion to introduce you to a new subject while reading the online docs or other. You also might want to browse thru it if you are an experienced programmer with other scripting languages like TCL, Java or Python, since the comparisons at the end of each chapter is really excellent. As anything that was once considered advanced (and therefore, cutting edge), the book has aged. Things like the persistent data manipulation module presented in the book have since been improved upon by newer ones. Some of the TCL comparisons are not entirely fair anymore (although mostly still correct). Tom Christiansen's perltoot for OO included with Perl is a much better and thorough introduction than the one offered here. Also, if you are the type of programmer that reads every single little piece of documentation that comes with Perl, then well, you won't find anything new here --but some concepts that could have been unclear might be clarified here (the ideas presented are still correct, even if some of the code is not anymore).
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Perl is my favorite language and has been for many years. Iagree with the author that Perl and C/C++ makes for the most powerfulcombination of languages for developing incredible tools, and have used this combo many times. Add OpenGL (or Mesa) and Tk (not Tcl! ) to these two languages and I feel you can't go wrong. Perl by itself is the most powerful prototyping language ever invented. Before this book, I had a great deal of experience with Perl and considered myself an advanced Perl Hacker. I had probably bought 6 other Perl books previously. Yet this book has managed to teach me a great deal! The insights into the internals of the language are a tremendous help toward understanding Perl. No other book provides a clearer explanation of Perl that I have found. Excellent work, Sriram! (And many thanks to Larry Wall for the language, O'Reilly for supporting the language with excellent documentation, and especially Tom Christiansen for all his help over the years with learning Perl! END
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This book has a lot of content that isn't well represented in other perl books. Although many of the code examples have errors (especially the ptk section), the author is good about helping the reader understand what's going on. I had little trouble working out the broken bits.
I felt at times the "perl" actually got lost in the examples, as they tended to focus on the abstract problem more than the perl code being written to solve it, but this is a minor issue.
There is a lot of content covered and the author does a reasonable job of explaning the topics in an efficient manner. Warning to the reader looking for advanced perl/Tk -- there isn't any in this book. The perl/Tk part was the reason I bought this, but was a bit disappointing.
Compared to the swarm of perl books on the market, this is one of the top titles. Worth its price many times over.
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Von Ein Kunde am 11. Oktober 1999
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This book is written by somebody who _knows_ perl and there's no question about it. I really appreciate the author's mastery of the language.
I've read through 3 quarters of the book but the only thing that I couldn't stand was the author's usage of the English language. He seems to have concentrated on the English part of the book as much as the perl part of it. :( Usage of words/phrases like "kosher", "syntactic sugar" are irritating and convey the impression that the author wants to show off his command of English.
Nevertheless, this is, as far as I can think, one of the most essential perl reference books for the serious programmer. Ignore the English and concentrate on perl and you'll have a better journey!
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Compared to "Programming Perl" the explanations of references and complex data structures are worth the price alone. They are clear and concise. The OOP chapters are a little thick, but if you are new to OOP they are a decent introduction.
But one of the great things about this book is its overall passion for programming and computer science; you can tell the author loves his work. It really shows. I bought "Programming Pearls" (not "Perls") as a result of this, and there's a neat chapter on dynamic code generation, an essential tool for the web developer's toolbox. All Perl hackers need this one.
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This book is not for the "I know how to split a string in Perl so I am a hacker" reader. It is in the natural progression from "Learning Perl" (blue camel), and "Progamming Perl". Though parts of it are nothing more than printed Man pages, it is an excellent reference that your boss will probably expense anyway. A note to the reviewer "Archie" -- only a moron would try to find introductory information about Perl in a book called _Advanced Perl Programming_!
If you code perl, this book belongs on your desk.
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