- ... The new site is now: http://perldoc.perl.org ... -- Just getting into the best language ever... Fancy a email@example.com or something onMessage 1 of 5 , Apr 5, 2005View SourceOn Tuesday 05 Apr 2005 20:43, Mike Dillinger wrote:
> Speaking of documentation...The new site is now:
> I used to use www.perldoc.com quite a bit to help me out with functions
> I wasn't too familiar with. That web site hasn't been working for me
> for a while now.
> Are there any similar web sites that people could recommend? I really
> liked the keyword search they had. For instance, I could type in "join"
> and it would show me the format required and how it worked.
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Just getting into the best language ever...
Fancy a yourname@... or something
on http://www.perl.me.uk Just ask!!!
- ... Specifically, you can get to a Perl topic page (e.g. perlsyn) using the format: http://perldoc.perl.org/topicname.html E.g.:Message 2 of 5 , Apr 5, 2005View SourceOn Apr 5, 2005 9:58 PM, Gavin Henry wrote:
>Specifically, you can get to a Perl topic page (e.g. perlsyn) using the format:
> The new site is now:
For functions, add "functions/" to the base URL, followed by the
function name and the ".html" extension, e.g:
If you use Firefox, I find these 3 quick searches handy:
"pd" is the keyword to the quicksearch:
"pdf" is the keyword to the quicksearch:
"pdg" is the keyword to the quicksearch:
(if any of the above URLs fold, copy-paste to one line)
So I can type "pdf join" and jump right to the join function perldoc
page, or "pdg hash" and get a Google search for the word "hash" on
perldoc.perl.org, with PDF files excluded.
Firefox rocks :-)