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Perl, the choice of many for programming on the Web, lags behind Java and C++ in the XML popularity contest. Although many excellent Perl modules dealing with many aspects of XML, are available, the languages that seem to be favored by XML developers are Java, C/C++, and maybe even Python. The author shares his opinions on what's wrong, and what could be done about it
Calendar of Events is a simple monthly calendar script. This uses a customizable template and style sheet to create calendars for months between Jan 1970 and Dec 2049.
This script helps us to know and learn about using MySQL blob fields with perl. This article is useful for the beginners of perl and MySQL.
Introduction to Perl is a perl article for the beginners to guide them how to make a perl scripts.
Comparing PHP with Perl for Dynamic Web Pages is an article which compares the utility and performance of both PHP and Perl. The author concludes that PHP works faster than Perl and the perl is best for generating dynamic HTML.
This is an article that will help the developers to know what the improvements and new features to expect for Perl 6, which is a new version of Perl that is being brought into the market.
To help you gain a better understanding of Perl, PHP, and Python and their popularity with Open Source developers, this article tells you about the important features and functions of Perl and Python. As these languages are used in many software projects today, due to their flexibility, simplicity, portability and extensibility