RE: [PBML] From where to start????
- If you have a programming background, get "programming perl", if you don't
have a programming background, get "learning perl", and later get
learning perl is better at explaining the basics in a simple manner..
but programming perl is much more comprehensive. (I'm about 1/3 of the way
through programming perl for the second time, but the first time was a skim
read, and I have since forgotten most of what I read, so this time I read
two pages a day.. and try to retain it permanently...)
From: Jonathan E. Paton [mailto:jonathanpaton@...]
Sent: Wednesday, 1 May 2002 11:06 PM
Subject: Re: [PBML] From where to start????
> I'm new o CGI programming and Perl. Can nebuddy plzzThe recent list archive is a very good idea, we are just
> tell me from where to start. which books to refer etc.
about exuasted from talking about how to go about learning
Make sure you buy the Camel a.k.a. Programming Perl, and
Learning Perl is also recommended by many. These are
both (?) published by O'Reilly.
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