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Chop and Chomp are two are very good textural data processing functions. However, its important to know the difference between the two so as not to get confused in their usage.
This article is a part of a series on using Perl in web development scenarios. It gives a general introduction to Perl, and then takes more in-depth looks at Internet capabilities that you can leverage from within Perl programs.
These site offers basic tutorials on programming in Perl. These include subjects such as How to FTP How To CHMOD, How to Password Protect your Site using .htaccess, Setting up scripts and many more.
This article gives a general introduction to Perl and then takes a detailed look at Internet capabilities that can be utilized from within Perl programs. This is the first part of a series of articles that address web development issues.
This is a two part article which attempts to simplify and teach some basic OOP concepts in Perl.
This document gives an overview of various Perl styles and coding techniques. It is recognized that Perl programs can run on many platforms and the programming code can be rewritten in various styles with each style performing the same task.
This tutorial can assist in the implementation of Object Orientated Programming in Perl especially when the programmer already knows OOP.
This small tutorial will tell you why Perl uses the 0 but true return value when it implements some system functions. Thus, this is a special way to show a good exit of function call.