Hi Sayth,
On Friday 27 May 2011 07:20:30 Sayth Renshaw wrote:

Wanted to ask a question about practical beginners guides for perl. I
have found a read the baisc beginners guides here

I am looking for a practical guide something that says here is a
example tasks you'll want to achieve this is how its put together and
here a some ways to alter it change it etc using these language
features... there you go son have a crack. Really if a language
feature confuses me I can more than likely find a library reference to
refer to for that.
Maybe try my own "Perl for Perl Newbies":


(Though it has some issues.)

There are other stuff referenced in the various pages of
http://perl-begin.org/ . The Perl cookbook should be interesting (but it's a
proprietary book).


Shlomi Fish

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