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Old 02-24-2017, 04:53 AM   #1
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LXer: Grasp Perl with Open-Source Books

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Programming is about solving problems and good communication. But before code is written, you need to know how to solve the problem. Breaking the problem into component parts assists in the process. And being able to model the problem so that its easy to implement and test also helps. Combine this with a solid understanding of the programming language itself a good programming book contributes to all aspects of problem solving. Perl has the virtue it can solve a problems in a few lines of code.



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