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Perl by Example
22.09.2012, 16:57
Автор: Ellie Quigley
Издательство: Prentice Hall PTR
Год издания: 2007
Страниц: 1008
ISBN: 0132381826
Язык: английский
Формат: CHM
Размер: 10.9 Мб

Описание книги Perl by Example, Fourth Edition, is the easiest, most hands-on way to learn Perl. Legendary Silicon Valley programming instructor Ellie Quigley has thoroughly updated her classic to deliver the skills and information today’s Perl users need most–including all-new coverage of MySQL database programming and a PerlQuickStart designed to get experienced users up and running fast.
Quigley illuminates every technique with focused, classroom-tested code examples, detailed line-by-line explanations, and real program output. This exceptionally clear, easy-to-understand book takes you from your first Perl script to database-driven applications. It’s the only Perl book you’ll ever need!
New in this edition
Perl programming QuickStart: makes first-time Perl programmers productive in just twenty pages
All-new chapter on using the Perl DBI with the MySQL database–plus an easy SQL primer to quickly get you started programming any database
New introductions to Perl in biology (bioinformatics) and to mod_perl, a Perl interpreter embedded in the Apache server, which allows you to create fast, dynamic content; manage the Apache server; authenticate users; and much more
Completely updated:
Includes many new and completely rewritten code examples
Contains fully revised CGI coverage for building dynamic Web sites with Perl
Covers modern Perl 5.8 concepts and principles–and provides a great foundation for Perl 6
More than 30,000 sysadmins, power users, and developers have used previous editions of Perl by Example to become expert Perl programmers. With Perl by Example, Fourth Edition, you can, too–even if you’re completely new to Perl. After you’ve become an expert, you’ll turn to this book constantly as the best source for reliable answers, solutions, and code.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1. The Practical Extraction and Report Language 
Section 1.1. What Is Perl? 
Section 1.2. What Is an Interpreted Language? 
Section 1.3. Who Uses Perl? 
Section 1.4. Where to Get Perl 
Section 1.5. What Is CPAN? 
Section 1.6. Perl Documentation 
Section 1.7. What You Should Know 
Section 1.8. What's Next? 
Chapter 2. Perl Quick Start 
Section 2.1. Quick Start, Quick Reference 
Section 2.2. Chapter Summary 
Section 2.3. What's Next? 
Chapter 3. Perl Scripts 
Section 3.1. Script Setup 
Section 3.2. The Script 
Section 3.3. Perl at the Command Line 
Section 3.4. What You Should Know 
Section 3.5. What's Next? 
Chapter 4. Getting a Handle on Printing 
Section 4.1. The Filehandle 
Section 4.2. Words 
Section 4.3. The print Function 
Section 4.4. The printf Function 
Section 4.5. What You Should Know 
Section 4.6. What's Next? 
Chapter 5. What's in a Name 
Section 5.1. About Perl Variables 
Section 5.2. Scalars, Arrays, and Hashes 
Section 5.3. Reading from STDIN 
Section 5.4. Array Functions 
Section 5.5. Hash (Associative Array) Functions 
Section 5.6. More Hashes 
Section 5.7. What You Should Know 
Section 5.8. What's Next? 
Chapter 6. Where's the Operator? 
Section 6.1. About Perl Operators 
Section 6.2. Mixing Data Types 
Section 6.3. Precedence and Associativity 
Section 6.4. What You Should Know 
Section 6.5. What's Next? 
Chapter 7. If Only, Unconditionally, Forever 
Section 7.1. Control Structures, Blocks, and Compound Statements 
Section 7.2. Repetition with Loops 
Section 7.3. What You Should Know 
Section 7.4. What's Next? 
Chapter 8. Regular Expressions—Pattern Matching 
Section 8.1. What Is a Regular Expression? 
Section 8.2. Expression Modifiers and Simple Statements 
Section 8.3. Regular Expression Operators 
Section 8.4. What You Should Know 
Section 8.5. What's Next? 
Chapter 9. Getting Control—Regular Expression Metacharacters 
Section 9.1. Regular Expression Metacharacters 
Section 9.2. Unicode 
Section 9.3. What You Should Know 
Section 9.4. What's Next? 
Chapter 10. Getting a Handle on Files 
Section 10.1. The User-Defined Filehandle 
Section 10.2. Passing Arguments 
Section 10.3. File Testing 
Section 10.4. What You Should Know 
Section 10.5. What's Next? 
Chapter 11. How Do Subroutines Function? 
Section 11.1. Subroutines/Functions 
Section 11.2. Passing Arguments 
Section 11.3. Call-by-Reference 
Section 11.4. What You Should Know 
Section 11.5. What's Next? 
Chapter 12. Modularize It, Package It, and Send It to the Library! 
Section 12.1. Packages and Modules 
Section 12.2. The Standard Perl Library 
Section 12.3. Modules from CPAN 
Section 12.4. What You Should Know 
Section 12.5. What's Next? 
Chapter 13. Does This Job Require a Reference? 
Section 13.1. What Is a Reference? What Is a Pointer? 
Section 13.2. What You Should Know 
Section 13.3. What's Next? 
Chapter 14. Bless Those Things! (Object-Oriented Perl) 
Section 14.1. The OOP Paradigm 
Section 14.2. Classes, Objects, and Methods 
Section 14.3. Anonymous Subroutines, Closures, and Privacy 
Section 14.4. Inheritance 
Section 14.5. Public User Interface—Documenting Classes 
Section 14.6. Using Objects from the Perl Library 
Section 14.7. What You Should Know 
Section 14.8. What's Next? 
Chapter 15. Those Magic Ties and DBM Stuff 
Section 15.1. Tying Variables to a Class 
Section 15.2. DBM Files 
Section 15.3. What You Should Know 
Section 15.4. What's Next? 
Chapter 16. CGI and Perl: The Hyper Dynamic Duo 
Section 16.1. Static and Dynamic Web Pages 
Section 16.2. How It all Works 
Section 16.3. Creating a Web Page with HTML 
Section 16.4. How HTML and CGI Work Together 
Section 16.5. Getting Information Into and Out of the CGI Script 
Section 16.6. CGI and Forms 
Section 16.7. The CGI.pm Module 
Chapter 17. Perl Meets MySQL—A Perfect Connection 
Section 17.1. Introduction 
Section 17.2. What Is a Relational Database? 
Section 17.3. Getting Started with MySQL 
Section 17.4. What Is the Perl DBI? 
Section 17.5. Statements that Don't Return Anything 
Section 17.6. Transactions 
Section 17.7. Using CGI and the DBI to Select and Display Entries 
Section 17.8. What's Left? 
Section 17.9. What You Should Know 
Section 17.10. What's Next? 
Chapter 18. Interfacing with the System 
Section 18.1. System Calls 
Section 18.2. Processes 
Section 18.3. Other Ways to Interface with the Operating System 
Section 18.4. Error Handling 
Section 18.5. Signals 
Section 18.6. What You Should Know 
Section 18.7. What's Next? 
Chapter 19. Report Writing with Pictures 
Section 19.1. The Template 
Section 19.2. What You Should Know 
Section 19.3. What's Next? 
Chapter 20. Send It Over the Net and Sock It to 'Em! 
Section 20.1. Networking and Perl 
Section 20.2. Client/Server Model 
Section 20.3. Network Protocols (TCP/IP) 
Section 20.4. Network Addressing 
Section 20.5. Sockets 
Section 20.6. Client/Server Programs 
Section 20.7. The Socket.pm Module 
Section 20.8. What You Should Know  

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