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Programming Perl [4th edition, blue camel]

af Larry Wall, Tom Christiansen (Forfatter), Tom Christiansen, brian d foy (Forfatter), Jon Orwant (Forfatter)6 mere, Jon Orwant (Forfatter), Randal L. Schwartz, Randal L. Schwartz, Randal L. Schwartz, Randal L. Schwartz, Larry Wall (Forfatter)

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Perl is a powerful programming language that has grown in popularity since it first appeared in 1988. The first edition of this book, Programming Perl, hit the shelves in 1990, and was quickly adopted as the undisputed bible of the language. Since then, Perl has grown with the times, and so has this book.Programming Perl is not just a book about Perl. It is also a unique introduction to the language and its culture, as one might expect only from its authors. Larry Wall is the inventor of Perl, and provides a unique perspective on the evolution of Perl and its future direction. Tom Christiansen was one of the first champions of the language, and lives and breathes the complexities of Perl internals as few other mortals do. Jon Orwant is the editor ofThe Perl Journal, which has brought together the Perl community as a common forum for new developments in Perl.Any Perl book can show the syntax of Perl's functions, but only this one is a comprehensive guide to all the nooks and crannies of the language. Any Perl book can explain typeglobs, pseudohashes, and closures, but only this one shows how they really work. Any Perl book can say that my is faster than local, but only this one explains why. Any Perl book can have a title, but only this book is affectionately known by all Perl programmers as "The Camel."This third edition of Programming Perl has been expanded to cover version 5.6 of this maturing language. New topics include threading, the compiler, Unicode, and other new features that have been added since the previous edition.… (mere)
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Indeholder "Preface", "Part I. Overview", "1. An Overview of Perl", " Getting Started", " Natural and Artificial Languages", " Variable Syntax", " Verbs", " An Average Example", " How to Do It", " Filehandles", " Operators", " Some Binary Arithmetic Operators", " String Operators", " Assignment Operators", " Unary Arithmetic Operators", " Logical Operators", " Some Numeric and String Comparison Operators", " Some File Test Operators", " Control Structures", " What Is Truth?", " The given and when Statements", " Looping Constructs", " Regular Expressions", " Quantifiers", " Minimal Matching", " Nailing Things Down", " Backreferences", " List Processing", " What You Don't Know Won't Hurt You (Much)", "Part II. The Gory Details", "2. Bits and Pieces", " Atoms", " Molecules", " Built-in Data Types", " Variables", " Names", " Name Lookups", " Scalar Values", " Numeric Literals", " String Literals", " Pick Your Own Quotes", " Or Leave Out the Quotes Entirely", " Interpolating Array Values", " "Here" Documents", " Version Literals", " Other Literal Tokens", " Context", " Scalar and List Context", " Boolean Context", " Void Context", " Interpolative Context", " List Values and Arrays", " List Assignment", " Array Length", " Hashes", " Typeglobs and Filehandles", " Input Operators", " Command Input (Backtick) Operator", " Line Input (Angle) Operator", " Filename Globbing Operator", "3. Unary and Binary Operators", " Terms and List Operators (Leftward)", " The Arrow Operator", " Autoincrement and Autodecrement", " Exponentiation", " Ideographic Unary Operators", " Binding Operators", " Multiplicative Operators", " Additive Operators", " Shift Operators", " Named Unary and File Test Operators", " Relational Operators", " Equality Operators", " Smartmatch Operator", " Smartmatching of Objects", " Bitwise Operators", " C-Style Logical (Short-Circuit) Operators", " Range Operators", " Conditional Operator", " Assignment Operators", " Comma Operators", " List Operators (Rightward)", " Logical and, or, not, and xor", " C Operators Missing from Perl", "4. Statements and Declarations", " Simple Statements", " Compound Statements", " if and unless Statements", " The given Statement", " The when Statement and Modifier", " Loop Statements", " while and until Statements", " Three-Part Loops", " foreach Loops", " Loop Control", " Bare Blocks as Loops", " Loopy Topicalizers", " The goto Operator", " Paleolithic Perl Case Structures", " The Ellipsis Statement", " Global Declarations", " Scoped Declarations", " Scoped Variable Declarations", " Lexically Scoped Variables: my", " Persistent Lexically Scoped Variables: state", " Lexically Scoped Global Declarations: our", " Dynamically Scoped Variables: local", " Pragmas", " Controlling Warnings", " Controlling the Use of Globals", "5. Pattern Matching", " The Regular Expression Bestiary", " Pattern-Matching Operators", " Pattern Modifiers", " The m// Operator (Matching)", " The s/// Operator (Substitution)", " The tr/// Operator (Transliteration)", " Metacharacters and Metasymbols", " Metasymbol Tables", " Specific Characters", " Wildcard Metasymbols", " Character Classes", " Bracketed Character Classes", " Classic Perl Character Class Shortcuts", " Character Properties", " POSIX-Style Character Classes", " Quantifiers", " Positions", " Beginnings: The A and ^ Assertions", " Endings: The z, Z, and $ Assertions", " : The b and B Assertions", " Progressive Matching", " Where You Left Off: The G Assertion", " Grouping and Capturing", " Capturing", " Grouping Without Capturing", " Scoped Pattern Modifiers", " Alternation", " Staying in Control", " Letting Perl Do the Work", " Variable Interpolation", " The Regex Compiler", " The Little Engine That /Could(n't)?/", " Fancy Patterns", " Lookaround Assertions", " Possessive Groups", " Programmatic Patterns", " Recursive Patterns", " Grammatical Patterns", " Defining Your Own Assertions", " Alternate Engines", "6. Unicode", " Show, Don't Tell", " Getting at Unicode Data", " The Encode Module", " A Case of Mistaken Identity", " Graphemes and Normalization", " Comparing and Sorting Unicode Text", " Using the uca with Perl's sort", " Locale Sorting", " More Goodies", " Custom Regex Boundaries", " Building Character", " References", "7. Subroutines", " Syntax", " Semantics", " Tricks with Parameter Lists", " Error Indications", " Scoping Issues", " Passing References", " Prototypes", " Inlining Constant Functions", " Care with Prototypes", " Prototypes of Built-in Functions", " Subroutine Attributes", " The method Attribute", " The lvalue Attribute", "8. References", " What Is a Reference?", " Creating References", " The Backslash Operator", " Anonymous Data", " Object Constructors", " Handle References", " Symbol Table References", " Implicit Creation of References", " Using Hard References", " Using a Variable As a Variable Name", " Using a block As a Variable Name", " Using the Arrow Operator", " Using Object Methods", " Pseudohashes", " Other Tricks You Can Do with Hard References", " Closures", " Symbolic References", " Braces, Brackets, and Quoting", " References Don't Work As Hash Keys", " Garbage Collection, Circular References, and Weak References", "9. Data Structures", " Arrays of Arrays", " Creating and Accessing a Two-Dimensional Array", " Growing Your Own", " Access and Printing", " Slices", " Common Mistakes", " Hashes of Arrays", " Composition of a Hash of Arrays", " Generation of a Hash of Arrays", " Access and Printing of a Hash of Arrays", " Arrays of Hashes", " Composition of an Array of Hashes", " Generation of an Array of Hashes", " Access and Printing of an Array of Hashes", " Hashes of Hashes", " Composition of a Hash of Hashes", " Generation of a Hash of Hashes", " Access and Printing of a Hash of Hashes", " Hashes of Functions", " More Elaborate Records", " Composition, Access, and Printing of More Elaborate Records", " Composition, Access, and Printing of Even More Elaborate Records", " Generation of a Hash of Complex Records", " Saving Data Structures", "10. Packages", " Symbol Tables", " Qualified Names", " The Default Package", " Changing the Package", " Autoloading", "11. Modules", " Loading Modules", " Unloading Modules", " Creating Modules", " Naming Modules", " A Sample Module", " Module Privacy and the Exporter", " Overriding Built-in Functions", "12. Objects", " Brief Refresher on Object-Oriented Lingo", " Perl's Object System", " Method Invocation", " Method Invocation Using the Arrow Operator", " Method Invocation Using Indirect Objects", " Syntactic Snafus with Indirect Objects", " Package-Quoted Classes", " Object Construction", " Inheritable Constructors", " Initializers", " Class Inheritance", " Inheritance Through @ISA", " Alternate Method Searching", " Accessing Overridden Methods", " UNIVERSAL: The Ultimate Ancestor Class", " Method Autoloading", " Private Methods", " Instance Destructors", " Garbage Collection with destroy Methods", " Managing Instance Data", " Generating Accessors with Autoloading", " Generating Accessors with Closures", " Using Closures for Private Objects", " New Tricks", " Managing Class Data", " The Moose in the Room", " Summary", "13. Overloading", " The overload Pragma", " Overload Handlers", " Overloadable Operators", " The Copy Constructor (=)", " When an Overload Handler Is Missing (nomethod and fallback)", " Overloading Constants", " Public Overload Functions", " Inheritance and Overloading", " Runtime Overloading", " Overloading Diagnostics", "14. Tied Variables", " Tying Scalars", " Scalar-Tying Methods", " Magical Counter Variables", " Cycling Through Values", " Magically Banishing $_", " Tying Arrays", " Array-Tying Methods", " Notational Convenience", " Tying Hashes", " Hash-Tying Methods", " Tying Filehandles", " Filehandle-Tying Methods", " Creative Filehandles", " A Subtle Untying Trap", " Tie Modules on CPAN", "Part III. Perl as Technology", "15. Interprocess Communication", " Signals", " Signalling Process Groups", " Reaping Zombies", " Timing Out Slow Operations", " Blocking Signals", " Signal Safety", " Files", " File Locking", " Passing Filehandles", " Pipes", " Anonymous Pipes", " Talking to Yourself", " Bidirectional Communication", " Named Pipes", " System V IPC", " Sockets", " Networking Clients", " Networking Servers", " Message Passing", "16. Compiling", " The Life Cycle of a Perl Program", " Compiling Your Code", " Executing Your Code", " Compiler Backends", " Code Generators", " The Bytecode Generator", " The C Code Generators", " Code Development Tools", " Avant-Garde Compiler, Retro Interpreter", "17. The Command-Line Interface", " Command Processing", " #! and Quoting on Non-Unix Systems", " Location of Perl", " Switches", " Environment Variables", "18. The Perl Debugger", " Using the Debugger", " Debugger Commands", " Stepping and Running", " Breakpoints", " Tracing", " Display", " Locating Code", " Actions and Command Execution", " Miscellaneous Commands", " Debugger Customization", " Editor Support for Debugging", " Customizing with Init Files", " Debugger Options", " Unattended Execution", " Debugger Support", " Writing Your Own Debugger", " Profiling Perl", " Devel::DProf", " Devel::NYTProf", "19. CPAN", " History", " A Tour of the Repository", " Creating a MiniCPAN", " The CPAN Ecosystem", " PAUSE", " Searching CPAN", " Testing", " Bug Tracking", " Installing CPAN Modules", " By Hand", " CPAN Clients", " Creating CPAN Distributions", " Starting Your Distribution", " Testing Your Modules", "Part IV. Perl as Culture", "20. Security", " Handling Insecure Data", " Detecting and Laundering Tainted Data", " Cleaning Up Your Environment", " Accessing Commands and Files Under Reduced Privileges", " Defeating Taint Checking", " Handling Timing Glitches", " Unix Kernel Security Bugs", " Handling Race Conditions", " Temporary Files", " Handling Insecure Code", " Changing Root", " Safe Compartments", " Code Masquerading As Data", "21. Common Practices", " Common Goofs for Novices", " Universal Blunders", " Frequently Ignored Advice", " C Traps", " Shell Traps", " Python Traps", " Ruby Traps", " Java Traps", " Efficiency", " Time Efficiency", " Space Efficiency", " Programmer Efficiency", " Maintainer Efficiency", " Porter Efficiency", " User Efficiency", " Programming with Style", " Fluent Perl", " Program Generation", " Generating Other Languages in Perl", " Generating Perl in Other Languages", " Source Filters", "22. Portable Perl", " Newlines", " Endianness and Number Width", " Files and Filesystems", " System Interaction", " Interprocess Communication (IPC)", " External Subroutines (XS)", " Standard Modules", " Dates and Times", " Internationalization", " Style", "23. Plain Old Documentation", " Pod in a Nutshell", " Verbatim Paragraphs", " Command Paragraphs", " Flowed Text", " Pod Translators and Modules", " Writing Your Own Pod Tools", " Pod Pitfalls", " Documenting Your Perl Programs", "24. Perl Culture", " History Made Practical", " Perl Poetry", " Virtues of the Perl Programmer", " Events", " Getting Help", "Part V. Reference Material", "25. Special Names", " Special Names Grouped by Type", " Regular Expression Special Variables", " Per-Filehandle Variables", " Per-Package Special Variables", " Program-Wide Special Variables", " Per-Package Special Filehandles", " Per-Package Special Functions", " Special Variables in Alphabetical Order", "26. Formats", " String Formats", " Binary Formats", " pack", " unpack", " Picture Formats", " Format Variables", " Footers", " Accessing Formatting Internals", "27. Functions", " Perl Functions by Category", " Perl Functions in Alphabetical Order", "28. The Standard Perl Library", " Library Science", " A Tour of the Perl Library", " Roll Call", " The Future of the Standard Perl Library", " Wandering the Stacks", "29. Pragmatic Modules", " attributes", " autodie", " autouse", " base", " bigint", " bignum", " bigrat", " blib", " bytes", " charnames", " Custom Character Names", " Runtime Lookups", " constant", " Restrictions on constant", " deprecate", " diagnostics", " encoding", " feature", " fields", " filetest", " if", " inc::latest", " integer", " less", " lib", " locale", " mro", " open", " ops", " overload", " overloading", " parent", " re", " sigtrap", " Signal Handlers", " Predefined Signal Lists", " Other Arguments to sigtrap", " Examples of sigtrap", " sort", " strict", " strict "refs"", " strict "vars"", " strict "subs"", " subs", " threads", " utf8", " vars", " version", " vmsish", " exit", " hushed", " status", " time", " warnings", " User-Defined Pragmas", "Glossary", "Index of Perl Modules in This Book", "Index", "About the Authors", "Colophon", "Copyright".

Glimrende reference til Perl. ( )
  bnielsen | Feb 12, 2016 |
Indeholder "Preface", "1. An Overview of Perl", " Getting Started", " Natural and Artificial Languages", " A Grade Example", " Filehandles", " Operators", " Control Structures", " Regular Expressions", " List Processing", " What You Don't Know Won't Hurt You (Much)", "2. The Gory Details", " Lexical Texture", " Built-in Data Types", " Terms", " Pattern Matching", " Operators", " Statements and Declarations", " Subroutines", " Formats", " Special Variables", "3. Functions", " Perl Functions by Category", " Perl Functions in Alphabetical Order", "4. References and Nested Data Structures", " What Is a Reference?", " Creating Hard References", " Using Hard References", " Symbolic References", " Braces, Brackets, and Quoting", " A Brief Tutorial: Manipulating Lists of Lists", " Data Structure Code Examples", "5. Packages, Modules, and Object Classes", " Packages", " Modules", " Objects", " Using Tied Variables", " Some Hints About Object Design", "6. Social Engineering", " Cooperating with Command Interpreters", " Cooperating with Other Processes", " Cooperating with Strangers", " Cooperating with Other Languages", "7. The Standard Perl Library", " Beyond the Standard Library", " Library Modules", "8. Other Oddments", " The Perl Debugger", " Common Goofs for Novices", " Efficiency", " Programming with Style", " Distribution and Installation", " Perl Poetry", " History Made Practical", "9. Diagnostic Messages", "Glossary", "Index", "Colophon".

Glimrende bog, der både formår at være referencemanual og appetitvækker på alle de mange ting, som den ikke kan nå at dække. ( )
  bnielsen | Feb 5, 2016 |
Indeholder "Preface", "Part 1: Overview", "Chapter 1: An Overview of Perl", "Part 2: The Gory Details", "Chapter 2: Bits and Pieces", "Chapter 3: Unary and Binary Operators", "Chapter 4: Statements and Declarations", "Chapter 5: Pattern Matching", "Chapter 6: Subroutines", "Chapter 7: Formats", "Chapter 8: References", "Chapter 9: Data Structures", "Chapter 10: Packages", "Chapter 11: Modules", "Chapter 12: Objects", "Chapter 13: Overloading", "Chapter 14: Tied Variables", "Part 3: Perl as Technology", "Chapter 15: Unicode", "Chapter 16: Interprocess Communication", "Chapter 17: Threads", "Chapter 18: Compiling", "Chapter 19: The Command-Line Interface", "Chapter 20: The Perl Debugger", "Chapter 21: Internals and Externals", "Part 4: Perl as Culture", "Chapter 22: CPAN", "Chapter 23: Security", "Chapter 24: Common Practices", "Chapter 25: Portable Perl", "Chapter 26: Plain Old Documentation", "Chapter 27: Perl Culture", "Part 5: Reference Material", "Chapter 28: Special Names", "Chapter 29: Functions", "Chapter 30: The Standard Perl Library", "Chapter 31: Pragmatic Modules", "Chapter 32: Standard Modules", "Chapter 33: Diagnostic Messages", "Glossary", "Index", "Colophon".

Glimrende introduktion til Perl programmeringssproget. Der er små jokes rundt omkring, men også nyttige småprogrammer.
Desværre var det her en paperback udgave og den går i stykker i ryggen, når der har været brugt et stykke tid. ( )
  bnielsen | Aug 16, 2010 |
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Programming Perl [Third Edition] is the most authoritative book on Perl, and the authors' prose is a joy to read. While it may not be the best book for learning Perl, it's certainly worth having on your bookshelf.
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Perl is a powerful programming language that has grown in popularity since it first appeared in 1988. The first edition of this book, Programming Perl, hit the shelves in 1990, and was quickly adopted as the undisputed bible of the language. Since then, Perl has grown with the times, and so has this book.Programming Perl is not just a book about Perl. It is also a unique introduction to the language and its culture, as one might expect only from its authors. Larry Wall is the inventor of Perl, and provides a unique perspective on the evolution of Perl and its future direction. Tom Christiansen was one of the first champions of the language, and lives and breathes the complexities of Perl internals as few other mortals do. Jon Orwant is the editor ofThe Perl Journal, which has brought together the Perl community as a common forum for new developments in Perl.Any Perl book can show the syntax of Perl's functions, but only this one is a comprehensive guide to all the nooks and crannies of the language. Any Perl book can explain typeglobs, pseudohashes, and closures, but only this one shows how they really work. Any Perl book can say that my is faster than local, but only this one explains why. Any Perl book can have a title, but only this book is affectionately known by all Perl programmers as "The Camel."This third edition of Programming Perl has been expanded to cover version 5.6 of this maturing language. New topics include threading, the compiler, Unicode, and other new features that have been added since the previous edition.

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