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Good books or easy learning Perl??
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Did you check out the Downloads > Text Files > Perl section?

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Merchant wrote:Good books or easy learning Perl??
"Learning Perl" (O'Reilly and associates) is an excellent introduction.

"Programming Perl" (by Larry Wall, Jon Orwant, Tom Christiansen, O'Reilly & associates) is a must.

"Perl Cookbook" (O'Reilly & associates) is the excellent extention of it.

If you have Perl installed, run
perldoc perldoc
or just
perldoc perltut

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;) thanx
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Merchant, it´s just seems to point to the Active State dls, so better get it directly:
http://www.activestate.com/Products/Dow ... ActivePerl
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