Computer Science &; Perl Programming (häftad)
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Orwant, Jon (ed.)
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Computer Science &; Perl Programming (häftad)

Computer Science &; Perl Programming

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Häftad Engelska, 2002-11-01
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This is the first of three volumes from the archives of "The Perl Journal", it contains 71 articles providing a comprehensive tour of how experts implement computer science concepts in the real world, with code walkthroughs, case studies, and explanations of difficult techniques. The book also covers tips for beginners; regular expressions; data structures; networking; databases; software development processes; object-oriented programming; and advanced Perl programming techniques. This volume covers: tips for beginners; regular expressions; data structures; networking databases; software development processes; object-oriented programming; and advanced Perl programming techniques. It also contains articles on object-oriented programming, closures, regular expressions, buffering, parsing, using other languages from Perl, sending and filtering mail programmatically, working with Microsoft Office programs, DNS, the internals of Perl, and over four dozen other topics.
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"This excellent work from O'Reilly is the first in a valuable series of revised and edited reprints of the very best articles from the Journal. If you're looking for simple answers to generic problems, then this work is certainly not for you. On the other hand, for a thrilling, thought provoking read which will certainly stretch and enliven your coding approach, this volume comes highly recommended." - Martin Howse, Linux User & Developer, issue 27

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Jon Orwant, a well-known member of the Perl community, founded The Perl Journal and co-authored O'Reilly's bestseller, Programming Perl, 3rd Edition.


Foreword Preface 1. Introduction Part I. Beginner Concepts 2. All About Arrays 3. Perfect Programming 4. Precedence 5. The Birth of a One-Liner 6. Comparators, Sorting, and Hashes 7. What Is Truth? 8. Using Object-Oriented Modules 9. Unreal Numbers 10. CryptoContext 11. References 12. Perl Heresies Part II. Regular Expressions 13. Understanding Regular Expressions, Part I 14. Understanding Regular Expressions, Part II 15. Understanding Regular Expressions, Part III 16. Nibbling Strings 17. How Regexes Work Part III. Computer Science 18. Infinite Lists 19. Compression 20. Memoization 21. Parsing 22. Trees 23. B-Trees 24. Making Life and Death Decisions with Perl 25. Information Retrieval 26. Randomness 27. Random Number Generators and XS Part IV. Programming Techniques 28. Just the FAQs: Suffering from Buffering 29. Scoping 30. Seven Useful Uses of local 31. Parsing Command-line Options 32. Building a Better Hash with tie 33. Source Filters 34. Overloading 35. Building Objects Out of Arrays 36. Hiding Objects with Closures 37. Multiple Dispatch in Perl Part V. Software Development 38. Using Other Languages from Perl 39. SWIG 40. Benchmarking 41. Building Software with Cons 42. MakeMaker 43. Autoloading Perl code 44. Debugging and Devel:: Part VI. Networking 45. E-mail with Attachments 46. Sending Mail Without sendmail 47. Filtering Mail 48. Net::Telnet 49. Microsoft Office 50. Client-Server Applications 51. Managing Streaming Audio 52. A Napster Client Library 53. A 74-line IP Telephone 54. Controlling Modems 55. Using Usenet from Perl 56. Transferring Files with FTP 57. Spidering an FTP Site 58. DNS Updates With Perl Part VII. Databases 59. DBI 60. Using DBI with Microsoft Access 61. DBI Caveats 62. Beyond Hardcoded Database Applications with DBIx::Recordset 63. Win32::ODBC 64. Net::LDAP 65. Web Databases the Genome Project Way 66. Spreadsheet::WriteExcel Part VIII. Internals 67. How To Improve Perl 68. Components of the Perl Distribution 69. Basic Perl Anatomy 70. Lexical Analysis 71. Debugging Perl Programs with -D 72. Microperl Index About the Authors