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Beginner's Introduction to Perl 5.10, Part 2

tile imagePerl 5 has come a long way in the past few years. The newest version, Perl 5.10, added several new features to make your programs shorter, easier to maintain, easier to write, and more powerful. Here's how to start using files and strings in modern Perl.

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posted at: 12:05am on 08-May-2008
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A Beginner's Introduction to Perl 5.10

tile imagePerl 5 has come a long way in the past few years. The newest version, Perl 5.10, added several new features to make your programs shorter, easier to maintain, easier to write, and more powerful. Here's how to start using modern Perl productively.

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posted at: 12:02am on 24-Apr-2008
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Using Amazon S3 from Perl

tile imageAmazon's Simple Storage Service provides a simple, flexible, and inexpensive way to manage online data storage. Amazon's S3 modules for Perl make storing and retrieving data in your own programs almost trivial, leaving Amazon to worry about hosting, scaling, and backups. Abel Lin shows how to store, retrieve, and store data with Amazon S3.

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posted at: 12:00am on 10-Apr-2008
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Reverse Callback Templating

Many programmers know of the two main systems of templating. One embeds actual source code into the template. The other provides a mini language with loops, conditionals, and other control structures. There is a third way -- a reverse callback system. James Robson explains this best-of-both-worlds approach by demonstrating Perl's Template::Recall module.

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posted at: 12:00am on 15-Mar-2008
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