Re: book on perl
- From: merlyn@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx (Randal L. Schwartz)
- Date: Tue, 03 Jul 2007 08:50:03 -0700
""alex" == "alex jamestin+usenet@gmail com" <alex.jamestin@xxxxxxxxx> writes:
"alex> While the books are great - I saw this great idea over at the Python
"alex> community. Someone came up with a list of ten small programs in
"alex> python, each introducing a core part of the language. This was added
"alex> to the wiki over at - http://wiki.python.org/moin/SimplePrograms . It
"alex> now contains programs in incresing no. of lines of code.
"alex> That's a great way to quickly get up to speed on the feel and ways of
"alex> a language. Please do take a look and something like this for Perl
"alex> would be brilliant! :)
"alex> Since, I'm still getting to know the ropes, i thought i'd drop in this
Why stop at 10? I have 250 programs (more or less) at
and 2 more every month. Plus, (eventually) all of my short talks are online
at ourmedia.org. Please take advantage of my existing free resources before
asking me to create more. :)
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