This tutorial will teach you all about Perl Scripting from very basic for beginner to advance.
Perl (in long, Practical Extraction and Report Language). Perl is a programming language developed by Larry Wall, especially designed for text processing. It runs on a variety of platforms, such as Windows, Mac OS, and the various versions of UNIX
Perl is now used for a wide range of tasks including:
If you have basic understanding of C or UNIX Shell then PERL becomes very easy to learn.
Some important features of Perl listed here:
Here is a simple Perl example.
print("Perl Tutorial at codescracker.com");
Here is the output produced by the above perl program:
Perl Tutorial at codescracker.com
You will learn all about Perl one by one, in this tutorial series. This tutorial series is divided into the following parts:
|Homepage of Perl Tutorial||Basic Syntax of Perl Scripts|
|Data Types in Perl||Variables in Perl|
|Scalars in Perl||Arrays in Perl|
|Hashes in Perl||If-Else Switch in Perl|
|Loops in Perl||Operators in Perl|
|References in Perl||Subroutines in Perl|
|Formats in Perl||Date & Time in Perl|
|File I/O in Perl|
|Directories in Perl||Regular Expressions in Perl|
|Special Variables in Perl||Socket Programming in Perl|
|Send E-mail in Perl||Object Oriented in Perl|
|Error Handling in Perl||CGI Programming in Perl|
|Database Access in Perl||Packages & Modules in Perl|
|Process Management in Perl|