items I need to review again (expressions will take some work).> I'm nearly finished with this book (definitely excellent book!). Some
Afterwards I plan on moving upward and onward in perl. I'm curious if
Oreilly's "Programming Perl" or "Perl Cookbook" would be good to jump
into. Or is there another book I should study?In the past I would have suggested Programming Perl, the cookbook is>
more for examples of specific items, an excellent resource to be sure,
but not necessarily learning material. Recently I would suggest the
Llama's new soul mate,
It will take you to the next level for sure. The old soul mate, which I
really enjoyed at the time seems to have lost some of its luster, at
least in that ORA seems to have replaced it with the above,
The two above overlap a good deal.
Having said that, the Camel is indispensable and should be on every Perl
programmers shelf. Naturally there is also Safari if you aren't into
being a zoo keeper like some of us (or don't have the funds)....