The workshop section, part of each chapter, has two parts:
A Quiz, to make sure you've understood the concepts I covered in this chapter
Exercises, so you can work with Perl on your own and gain experience actually using what you've learned.
Answers to both the quiz and exercise questions are shown below.
|1:||What does Perl stand for? What does it mean?|
|A1:||Perl stands for Practical Extraction and Report Language. That means it's a language for extracting things from files and creating reports on those things. The practical part means it's a useful language for these sorts of tasks.|
|2:||Who wrote Perl originally? Who maintains it now?|
|A2:||Larry Wall is the original author of Perl and continues to be intimately involved with its development. ...|