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Win32 Perl Scripting The Administrator"s Handbook by Dave Roth

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Written in English


  • Computer Communications & Networking,
  • Programming languages,
  • Programming - Object Oriented Programming,
  • Networking - General,
  • Programming Languages - Perl,
  • Microcomputer Operating Environments,
  • Object-Oriented Programming,
  • Computers,
  • Computers - Languages / Programming,
  • Perl (Computer program language),
  • Computer Books: General,
  • Perl (Computer program languag,
  • Operating Systems - Windows,
  • Computers / Programming Languages / CGI, JavaScript, Perl, VBScript,
  • Programming Languages - CGI, Javascript, Perl, VBScript,
  • Microsoft Win32,
  • Computer Bks - Languages / Programming

Book details:

The Physical Object
Number of Pages416
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8755277M
ISBN 101578702151
ISBN 109781578702152

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The Perl CD Bookshelf: Perl in a Nutshell/Programming Perl, 2nd Edition/Perl Cookbook/Advanced Perl Programming/Learning Perl, 2nd Edition/Learning Perl on WIN32 .   search for books and compare prices. Words in title. Author. ISBN. Search. Advanced search. Win32 Perl Scripting: The Administrator's Handbook. By Dave Roth. Price. Store. Arrives. Preparing. Shipping The price is the lowest for any condition, which may be new or used; other conditions may also be available. Perl is an element of the scripting arsenal, and Win32 Perl is so powerful that it can This book on Win32 Perl Programming, is for courses in windows programming. Read more. Win32 Perl Scripting: The Administrator's Handbook. Dave Roth is the contributor of various popular Win32 Perl extensions, including WinODBC, WinAdminMisc, WinDaemon, and WinPerms. He has been providing solutions to the Perl community for .

The Chinese translation of this book is available. Win32 administrators, however, are usually not familiar with Perl. This unfamiliarity could be because Perl originated in the UNIX world. could be that Microsoft promotes Visual Basic as the scripting language of. Perl is yet another powerful element of the scripting arsenal, yet since it has been ported to the Windows environment, very little information has been published on how to employ this extremely effective tool. Win32 Perl is so powerful that it can accomplish virtually any Reviews: 3. Download eXtensible PERl scripTable MUD client for free. A MUD-Client for Windows (Win32) and KDE, featuring perl, python and ruby scripting, as well as multi-window output. The main focus is a very strong scripting engine (nearly everything is accessible from a script) while trying to stay user friendly.5/5(1). With free online books, o extension modules, and a large developer community, there are many ways to learn Perl. Community Perl has an active world wide community with over local groups, mailing lists and support/discussion websites.

  This book is a guide to Perl's most common Win32 extensions, grouped by their functionality. The new edition updates coverage from Perl to current Perl version It also includes new chapters offering critical, badly-needed information regarding security for Win32Perl, the topic most highly requested by reviewers/5(15). Writing web pages in Perl Using Perl as an object-oriented language Book overview Perl is a well-established programming language that has been developed through the time and effort of countless free software programmers into an immensely powerful tool that can be used on pratically every operating system in the world. before. That's what Learning Perl, a kinder and gentler introduction to Perl, is designed for. (If you're on a Microsoft system, you'll probably prefer the Learning Perl on Win32 Systems version.) Instead, this is a book for learning more Perl. Neither a reference book nor a tutorial book, the Perl Cookbook serves as a companion book to both. Since I published the first edition of Win32 Perl Programming: The Standard Extensions, quite a bit has changed. Perl has changed versions, a slew of new extensions have been written, bugs have been squashed, new bugs have been discovered and the cycle has continued. The book, however, has remained relevant regardless of these changes.