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Perl Hacks : Tips & Tools for Programming, Debugging, and Surviving.

Author: Shane Warden; Damian Conway; Curtis Poe
Publisher: Sebastopol : O'Reilly Media, Inc., 2009.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English
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Perl Hacks taps into the collective wisdom of the world's most creative Perl gurus, so you can learn from their experiences. It's the perfect book for experienced developers looking for time-saving practical tips or dabblers who are simply curious about Perl's many cool capabilities. Topics include user interaction, data munging, working with modules, object hacks, and debugging.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Shane Warden; Damian Conway; Curtis Poe
ISBN: 9780596553678 0596553676
OCLC Number: 609840758
Description: 1 online resource (304 pages)
Contents: Perl Hacks; About the Contributors; Acknowledgments; Damian Conway; Curtis "Ovid" Poe; Technical Reviewers; Preface; How To Use This Book; How This Book Is Organized; Conventions Used in This Book; Using Code Examples; Safari Enabled; We & d Like to Hear from You; 1. Productivity Hacks; Read Module Documentation; Find Module Comments; Hacking the Hack; 2. Put Perldoc to Work; Answer a FAQ; Webify It; Find that Module!; Browse the Code; 3. Browse Perl Docs Online; Running the Hack; Hacking the Hack; 4. Make the Most of Shell Aliases; Useful Shell Aliases; Juggle multiple module versions. Don & t forget multipart commandsRemember configuration options; Find a module & s version; Change Unix paths to Windows paths and back; 5. Autocomplete Perl Identifiers in Vim; Finding Identifiers Automatically; Hacking the Hack; 6. Use the Best Emacs Mode for Perl; Use a special mode just for Pod; 7. Enforce Local Style; Within Vim; Within Emacs; 8. Don & t Save Bad Perl; Running the Hack; Hacking the Hack; 9. Automate Checkin Code Reviews; Hacking.

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Perl Hacks taps into the collective wisdom of the world's most creative Perl gurus, so you can learn from their experiences. It's the perfect book for experienced developers looking for time-saving practical tips or dabblers who are simply curious about Perl's many cool capabilities. Topics include user interaction, data munging, working with modules, object hacks, and debugging.

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