Exercises, examples and other material relating to training module P770. This topic is presented on public courses Using Perl on the Web
, Perl for Larger Projects
, Perl bootcamp
All users of Perl need to know the fundamentals of the language, but your requirement for advanced features is very dependent on the particular use that you'll be putting Perl to. This module assumes prior knowledge of the Perl fundamentals, and introduces the more popular and exciting advanced features in sufficient depth to help you choose which are potentially relevant to you.
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Topics covered in this module
Fundamental and advanced topics.
How do these further facilities talk to Perl?.
Other facilities in the Perl language.
File handling and system administration functions.
Writing distributable modules.
More complex data structures.
Writing network clients and servers.
Binary Termio, and low-level file controls.
Other facilities in Perl - further modules.
Interfacing to databases.
XML and XSLT.
Graphics and Perl.
Writing Web clients.
Talking to Microsoft applications.
Perl in other guises.
Interfacing to the Web via cgi.
Interfacing to the Web via mod-perl.
Other Web interfaces.
Perl embedded within third-party applications.
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