eljonto wrote:i have used perl for about 3 years now and have never needed a book on it, i usually just google for the tutorials i need and get plenty of information on them- i would only ever get a book about perl if it covered a complex area in good detail providing all the necessary info. That said- i think getting books is a good idea, having all the correct information in a good style all in the one place- so maybe try the O'reilly site? i have seen perl books on there covering quite a few things.
Perl is a great language and becasue of it's high-levelness allow you to do very powerful things in no time at all- just don't rely solely on it as a langauge! Good luck!
YayPython wrote:I started Python (Putting that on break)
eljonto wrote:sweet,YayPython wrote:I started Python (Putting that on break)
The one thing that i don't like about python is that if you're not in an IDE you have to be a tab / space NAZI because of how it relies on identation rather than braces
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