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Network Programming with Perl book

Network Programming with Perl. Lincoln D. Stein

Network Programming with Perl


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ISBN: 0201615711,9780201615715 | 784 pages | 20 Mb


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Network Programming with Perl Lincoln D. Stein
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional




The O'Reilly "Camel" book (Programming perl) has been a ubiquitous presence on cubicle bookshelves for decades. The recursive hashtag '#octothorpe'. The verbosity--or rather, conciseness--of Rexx is similar to that of Perl, Python, Ruby or TCL. Every programming language has its strengthsand its weaknesses. Like any And because companies like ActiveState have produced strong ports of perl to platforms such as Windows, most perl programs will run without modification even if they do advanced things such as database connectivity, file system modification or network programming. Large networking It's reasonably common to use a PHP or Ruby framework for the web view, Perl or Python for the network polling and a SQL Database to store the data. This book primarily focuses on the Winsock network programming technology. Hall's excellent Effective Programming with Perl 5 the same topics as the first edition and even more as well. Patwardhan, “Perl in A Nutshell: A Desktop Quick Reference,” , 2 ed., O'Reilly Media, 2002, p. This blog is about Linux, Servers, IPTables, Networks, Programming, Perl for system administration, Python for system administration, Bash scripting, Virtualization and everything inbetween! (Image courtesy of Nimble Books on Twitter.) [1] E. And lastly, unlike pulse dialling, where the tick-tick-tick of each digit travelled no further . The best use for Perl is network programming, administration of systems, and any other applications that may need the access of a database. This book has come a long way since it was first published: it was originally called Effektives Programmieren mit Perl 5, but when, about one year after the first edition was published, Joseph N. This was certainly the case in the late 90′s and faded away in the early 2000′s. [9] By transmitting tones in the normal range of human hearing, the new system could be used over existing networks' copper wiring without the need for costly upgrades. The vision is that we will all have to do some programming in the future to glue various parts of our systems together.

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