A guide for nonprogrammers explains how to use Perl scripts and modules to create such CGI Web applications as data collection, shopping cart, server push, and e-mail forms
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Even if you're new to Perl, Sams Teach Yourself Perl in 24 Hours teaches you everything you need to know to begin producing useful CGI programs quickly. This book provides you with a solid foundation in the basics of the Perl language, so you can easily move on to more advanced books and techniques. Special attention is paid to those features that trouble new users. Building on that knowledge, you will begin to interact with your file system, operating system, and network environment. Then move on to creating useful CGI programs, such as data collection, shopping cart, server push, and e-mail forms.About the Author:
Clinton Pierce is a software engineer, freelance programmer and programming instructor. He is active in the Perl and Unix communities, contributing to the Perl Power Tools project, and answering several hundred questions in Usenet news groups about Perl. He has written courseware for several classes, including Unix systems administration, Perl programming, and Unix shell programming. Over the past six years he has trained hundreds of consultants and Ford employees in Perl programming and Unix systems programming and administration.
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Book Description Pearson Sams Publishing, 1999. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0672317737
Book Description Sams, 1999. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0672317737