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A fast 4 hour introduction to perl
by Ashley Harris
Language: Perl

Ever wanted to build your own web applications? But you have absolutely no idea where to begin? This tutorial will get a beginner started in perl in under 4 hours, starting with the installation of perl.

A Information Tracker (Advanced Counter)
by Alex Seidler
Language: Perl

Quickly and easily explains how to create your own counters, so that you can track the users that come to your page without them knowing a thing!

Checking for the existence of substrings (Updated)
by Brandon McPherson
Language: Perl

This is the most basic example of substring searching I could come up with.... and since I'm a VB programmer for the mostpart, simple is good :)

I've only tried this in ActivePerl, so I won't guarantee it works anywhere else without modifications.

This has been updated in light of the excellent advice I've been given from the more experienced Perl programmers (Thanks PaC).


Basic Perl Loop Tutorial
by Sirrus
Language: Perl

This is an example of a basic Perl loop.

Perl Tutorial
by SHOUVIK
Language: Perl

Want to learn Perl? This may help you ...

Learn to write an ad / banner script!
by Rombauts Steven
Language: Perl

This is a short tutorial/article wich will explain you how to use randomness to make a banner script. This explains you how to use randomness, the split function, storing files in arrays and ssi includes. This tutorial has an example included in the zip file wich you can also download here! I hope this will help you to understand these functions!

Introduction to Perl
by T. E. Geek
Language: Perl

A friendly and easy approach to tackling perl for the first time. Hopefully, those considering to learn this wonderful language, or those struggling with the basics will benefit from this brief tutorial. It introduces the language, it's strengths, and leaves you able to write a "goodbye world" program.

A Clear Screen Function
by Jaime Muscatelli
Language: Perl

Hey, This is my first perl submission. I just started yesterday, and I found that there was no clear screen function (Like cls). Well, I figured out a way to do it (I think it only works in dos, but I think I know the way for unix too). KEYWORDS: CLEAR clear CLS cls Screen SCREEN screen Blank

Perl's Sendmail
by David C. Uhrig
Language: Perl

How to use Perl's sendmail to send an e-mail from your website.

Perl quote program for PHP sites
by Kurt Csowl
Language: Perl

This program is so that you can call a perl script with a file or multiple argument list. The files contain 1 quote per line. People running a web page can call the perl script to get a new random quote to put on the site from all the quotes in the text files you create. A new quote on ur page every time can make it even kewler to visit.

Writing Internet Clients with Perl - Fast and Easy
by T. E. Geek
Language: Perl

A brief introduction to the libwww-perl module. No advanced knowledged assumed. Learn how to request webpages and then parse them within perl. Easy to learn in under five minutes.

Using Flatfile Databases in Perl
by David C. Uhrig
Language: Perl

To explain how to use flatfile databases as information storage with perl.

Clear a package
by Found on the World Wide Web
Language: Perl

How do I clear a package? Use this code, provided by Mark-Jason Dominus:

Deep vs shallow binding
by Found on the World Wide Web
Language: Perl

What's the difference between deep and shallow binding?

Sending e-mails from Perl CGI script
by Serge
Language: Perl

How to send plain or multipart e-mails from within Perl CGI script.

Patching Security Holes in Unix and Perl
by Found on the World Wide Web
Language: Perl

Here's how...

How can I pass/return a {Function, FileHandle, Array, Hash, Method, Regexp}?
by Found on the World Wide Web
Language: Perl

Here's how...

Dynamic vs. lexical scoping
by Found on the World Wide Web
Language: Perl

What's the difference between dynamic and lexical (static) scoping? Between local() and my()?

Closure
by Found on the World Wide Web
Language: Perl

What's a closure? Closure is a computer science term with a precise but hard-to-explain meaning. Closures are implemented in Perl as anonymous subroutines with lasting references to lexical variables outside their own scopes. These lexicals magically refer to the variables that were around when the subroutine was defined (deep binding).

 



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Perl/CGI Security
by Damian myerscough
10/27/2003 8:05:31 AM

Language: Perl

This Article talks about the basics of Perl/CGI security and shows examples of exploiting security holes and avoiding them. This tutorial was done is Word so to view the images please use word

Variable and Conditional Tutorial
by Thomas Threlfo
8/24/2003 8:50:22 PM

Language: Perl

A simple perl script with a tutorial built in, this progam asks for a numbe beween 3 and 30. If the user enters a number bigger than 30 or less then 3, the program counts up or down accordingly. Please Vote!

how to install and use perl modules without root access
by Bruno Martins
7/18/2003 9:45:01 PM

Language: Perl

This article will show how to install a perl module in different folder and use it from there. Like this it is not necessary to have root access in a unox box.

Geting the output of an external program
by Bruno Martins
7/18/2003 8:47:55 PM

Language: Perl

This shows a simple way of running an external program from perl scripts and geting the output of this program to a scalar/array variable.

CalcDayNumber
by Jerome A. Simon
4/28/2003 4:57:37 PM

Language: Perl

Perl is able to track the seconds since Jan 1, 1970 - so calculating the DayNumber from the seconds is real easy: Seconds / secondsPerDay. But what if you don't start with the seconds. What if what you have is a Date. How do you know what day it is? CalDayNumber() will tell you.

A SIMPLE TUTORIAL TO CREATE YOUR OWN WEB APPLICATIONS IN PERL
by stephen antony
4/25/2003 10:14:04 AM

Language: Perl

A SIMPLE TUTORIAL TO CREATE YOUR OWN WEB APPLICATIONS IN PERL

Perl Tutorial
by SHOUVIK
2/28/2003 3:22:28 AM

Language: Perl

Want to learn Perl? This may help you ...

widget
by serpent
2/27/2003 1:25:09 PM

Language: Perl

most beginers who want to learn about widget or guis in perl might not know about the sample you can get

how to write a flat file login and registration program in perl
by serpent
2/27/2003 10:37:32 AM

Language: Perl

the article tells a person how to create a flat text file login/registration program.

A Clear Screen Function
by Jaime Muscatelli
2/9/2003 8:31:12 PM

Language: Perl

Hey, This is my first perl submission. I just started yesterday, and I found that there was no clear screen function (Like cls). Well, I figured out a way to do it (I think it only works in dos, but I think I know the way for unix too). KEYWORDS: CLEAR clear CLS cls Screen SCREEN screen Blank


 

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