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am 29. Mai 2000
I've been a Unix user for seven+ years, and have some programming experience, although I am by no means really knowledgable about either. When I entered my most recent job, I needed to learn Perl fast, and so I used this book to help me get started.
From a self-teaching perspective, I found this book to be exactly what I needed. I'll admit that the first chapter (a general description of the Perl language) was not very helpful, but I found the division of the rest of the book by small pieces of the syntax (scalars, arrays, hashes, regular functions, i/o, etc.) to suit my needs, which tended to be along the lines of: I need to do x right now. I learned the easy stuff really quickly, and I still use the book as a constant reference.
Now, it is just a beginner's text, so it is not an ideal complete reference, and you won't learn anything particularly nifty. However, if you need to both learn how to program and actually do some programming at the same time (i.e. not in a class-room setting), Learning Perl can be a wonderful text.
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am 8. Dezember 1999
This book is perfect for what the title says: Learning Perl. I own this book, the Programming Perl book, and the Advanced Perl book. All three are great for different things. If you've never written a line of Perl before this is the book to get. It will show you how to do most things related to Perl, and will even get you started in CGI and Database access. The authors often point toward valuable web resources like CPAN. In addition, the book is fun to read- not drab and dull like other programming books (this seems to be an O'Reilly thing, and maybe why I buy so many of their books).
I've written a lot of Perl code over the last year or so and I still often refer to this book for little things that I forget (like syntax for certain things, etc). This book sees the most use out of the three Perl books I own (although Programming Perl is pretty worn too).
Definately a must-have for anyone serious about programming in Perl. Especially if you write in a lot of languages like I do and don't have the brain capacity to memorize every nuance of every language. This book is easy to find information in.
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am 29. Dezember 1999
This book is perfect for what the title says: Learning Perl. I own this book, the Programming Perl book, and the Advanced Perl book. All three are great for different things. If you've never written a line of Perl before this is the book to get. It will show you how to do most things related to Perl, and will even get you started in CGI and Database access. The authors often point toward valuable web resources like CPAN. In addition, the book is fun to read- not drab and dull like other programming books (this seems to be an O'Reilly thing, and maybe why I buy so many of their books). I've written a lot of Perl code over the last year or so and I still often refer to this book for little things that I forget (like syntax for certain things, etc). This book sees the most use out of the three Perl books I own (although Programming Perl is pretty worn too).
Definately a must-have for anyone serious about programming in Perl. Especially if you write in a lot of languages like I do and don't have the brain capacity to memorize every nuance of every language. This book is easy to find information in.
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am 6. Oktober 1998
For years I'd kept my head down hacking away in awk and sed, lazily hoping I would never have to learn anything else. I'd heard of Perl, even seen a couple of early texts, but it all looked far too hideous. One dark morning, however, a monstrous awk program I'd given birth to turned its thousand line claws piteously upon my fragile inner ego; 'Learn Perl' it mocked, 'rise above your pathetic cowardice!' So under its command I shuffled nervously into a quiet lunchtime bookshop, slid up to the computer section, and whipped a shiny Llama from the top shelf. And Lo, since that fateful day, not only have I been able to shed the cumbersome Bourne-shell snakeskin of sed and awk, but a thread of hope has revealed itself unto me; all due to Randal L. Schwartz's miniature masterpiece. Written in a punchy style of clarity that is both informative and humorous, if you want to break into the brave new world of CGI-Perl, Perl/Tk and the 101 other derivatives which will sweep the 21st century clean of the proprietary vultures, then this is where you will begin. God bless Larry Wall.
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am 18. Januar 2000
This book is an excellent way to ramp up on Perl quickly. It takes you through the in's and out's of Perl at a wonderful pace and covers most of what you need to know. This is the book to get if you're new to Perl and need to learn it quickly. The 200 or so pages are readable in less than a week.
However, there are a few important things to note. This is not a standalone book. You will need to get the Programming in Perl book as well to serve as a reference guide. Also, this book assumes basic Unix knowledge. If you have no exposure to Unix, a couple of things (very minor though) might be a bit baffling. If you've played with Unix, then this book is a breeze.
I managed to ramp myself up on Perl and start writing some sweet scripts within a week. I also bought the Programming in Perl book and now I turn to that book for the more heavy duty stuff.
The long and short of it: this is the best beginners book around for Perl.
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am 26. Februar 1999
Perl é uma das linguagens mais utilizadas para se escrever "CGI scripts" em servidores Web. Se você é leitor da revista Linux Journal (e se não é está perdendo uma excelente publicação sobre Linux) então já deve ter reparado que a coluna "At the Forge" escrita por Reuven M. Lerner ensina todos os meses novas técnicas e novas maneiras de se usar Perl com o servidor Web Apache. O livro "Learning Perl" é a melhor maneira de se aprender essa linguagem. É um livro básico que ensina os fundamentos de Perl, tais como: variáveis, arrays, funções, acesso a arquivos, etc; ou seja, é um "overview" da linguagem. Existe apenas um capítulo (o último) dedicado a programação CGI, portanto este não é um livro sobre "como usar Perl na Web". Se você é do tipo que gosta de instruções passo a passo para aprender um novo assunto, então este livro é o que você precisa para aprender Perl.
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am 3. Oktober 1998
I'm not much of a programmer, but I've read a few books on C/C++ and they tend to be quite dry. This book was anything but dry. While it's true that it's not the latest Dean Koontz novel, Mr. Schwartz makes learning Perl fun and very easy! If you have _any_ experience with programming or shell scripting you won't even have to think twice about the workings of Perl, and if you have no experience whatsoever, this is a great place to start! The more I read this book, the more I understand C...go figure. Anyone considering learning to program should definitely think about starting with Perl and this book. Perl is powerful and can be as complex as C++ or as simple as shell-scripting, and due to the fact that it's free you can pass your programs on to your friends and not worry about buying software to recompile it for their platform. Definitely a great book and useable as a reference...for awhile at least.
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am 3. September 1997
I was disappointed when I received the copy of this book I ordered from Amazon. Despite the publisher's description, the second edition is more or less the same as the first edition, except perhaps a short added chapter on CGI.pm. If you already own the first edition, as I do, it is a waste of money to buy the book. I was hoping to use Randal's help to avoid plowing through the new "Camel" book, but guess I will have to...

I've given it a "10" because it is just as good (since more or less the same!) as the first edition, which was excellent. But, I've returned my copy for a refund. Wish I checked it out in a bookstore before ordering it over the Web. You tend to believe the O'Reilly people, but I guess they are given to as much hype as the next publisher.... ;-(
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am 15. März 2000
Many reviews below said that this book is good for Unix hackers only, but I found the refrences to Unix more an enlightening than an impediment; I was learning some unix features in the context of perl :) . And, for those few platform specific tasks you will most likely need, there is more than enough online documentation, and much of it is included in the Perl download for whatever port you'll use. I myself started using MacPerl, and shortly after was writing a command line interpreting shell-like program as an educational project. (Which reminds me, does anyone know how to send backquote-like commands to MPW? any advice appreciated!)...
So even if this book has a few Unix-specific features, the amount of documentation availible will fill in the gaps for your OS.
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am 1. August 2000
A very, very good book for beginners. Extremely helpful, detailed explanations of what's going on and more. It says UNIX on the cover but I am using a Windows NT platform and almost everything works as is. If you want to learn Perl, start here.
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