|Books we Recommend
Perl by Larry Wall, et al. (The "Camel Book") This is the classic book on
Perl and is co-authored by Larry Wall, the creator of the Perl programming language. This
is a fairly technical book which is geared toward people who have some background in
Perl by Randall Schwartz and Tom Christiansen (The "Llama Book"). Also
considered a classic, this book is written at a more introductory level than Programming
Perl and provides a structured course for learning the language.
Perl on Win32 Systems by Randall Schwartz and Tom Christiansen, et. al. Based on the
Learning Perl book (above) but geared toward Windows.
Perl Programming by Sriram Srinivasan. Good coverage of more advanced topics in Perl
programming, but definitely for experienced programmers.
Perl Programming by Joseph N. Hall and Randall Schwartz. A great resource for both
beginning and experienced Perl programmers.
5 Interactive Course by Jon Orwant. An excellent resource for learning Perl
Edition Using Perl 5 for Web Programming by David Harlan, et al. Good coverage of both
Perl and CGI programming.
Developer's Guide by Eugene Eric Kim - A good introduction to CGI programming,
primarily using Perl.
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