This Introduction to Perl 5 Programming training course provides programmers who have experience in a procedural or object-oriented language, such as Visual Basic, C, C++, Java, or a UNIX shell, with an introduction to how to program in Perl. In this course, you will learn to structure code with user-generated subroutines, exploit additional object-oriented packages available on the Internet and build real-world scripts that can be used on UNIX, Linux, Windows and MacOS. Learn to use Perl for developing complete applications, applying built-in functions, and making use of external modules.
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Running Perl programs
Variable types and contexts
Compound data structures
Managing files and user input
Perl regular expressions
Perl's small operator groups
Perl support for conventional flow control constructs
Making data work for you
Common data manipulation requirements
I/O and tool building
How Perl implements object orientation
Accessing OO packages
Perl is a high-level programming language that provides tools for a variety of tasks and problems, including systems programming.