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Containing electronic editions of Perl in a Nutshell, Programming Perl (2nd Edition), Perl Cookbook, Advanced Perl Programming, Learning Perl, and Learning Perl on Win32 Systems, together with a hardbound edition of Perl in a Nutshell, this immaculate collection is a winner in terms of depth and value for the money. If you're looking for something to do with Perl, it will be here somewhere.
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Learning Perl's patient, leveled approach is perfect for the beginner, while the example-packed Perl Cookbook is an essential resource for intermediate users. True techies can cuddle up with Advanced Perl Programmingand the excellent Learning Perl on Win32 Systems. There's something for everyone here.
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