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Practical Perl Programming

If you really wanted to learn Perl programming language, you would have learned it already. But if your will was not enough, and you still haven’t learned it, you do, probably, feel guilty every time you think about it. Just to give you yet another reason to fill the guilt for not learning Perl, I present you with the link to the online version of “Practical Perl Programming” book.

If you know Perl, than you won’t find anything new there. You can read all of these information in Perl manuals, online guides, forums and at PerlMonks. This is just another reference for you.

But if you don’t know Perl, but want to learn it, there are two ways you can go about it. You can either bookmark the link and make a promise to yourself (yes, once again) that you will learn Perl and this book will help you when you’ll start. Or you can follow the link to the book and start learning right now. If you choose this path, than next time I post some link to Perl resource you’ll feel proud instead of guilty.

The time has come!

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