Chapter 25. Using Perl

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Using Perl with Linux

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Perl Variables and Data Structures

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Operators

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Conditional Statements

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Looping

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Regular Expressions

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Access to the Shell

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Modules and CPAN

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Reference

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Perl (Practical Extraction and Report Language or Pathologically Eclectic Rubbish Lister, depending on who you speak to!) is a powerful scripting tool you can use to manage files, create reports, edit text, and perform many other tasks when using Linux. Perl is included with Fedora and could be considered an ...

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