Re: good book to learn perl
> I have "Perl Cookbook" ISBN 1-56592-243-3. Here is the blurb on the back
i would tend to recommend the oreilly "learning perl" for a novice. just
read a chapter a night and do the excercises and in a week you should no
90% of the perl you're likely to need. if you need more after that the
perl cookbook or the camel book should do you fine as a reference.
> Try bn.com as well as Amazon: their prices vary.
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it's a cool service.