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Perl


Articles:
Extracting NT user and group information using Perl. 2001-08-12
Migrating dates to MySQL format 2002-07-03
Bashing Perl 2003-01-19
Perl File Tests 2003-02-08
Creating Date/Time Stamps With Perl 2003-02-14
Reading and Writing Files With Perl 2003-03-08
Creating Calendars With Perl 2003-03-12
Grabbing output of system commands with perl 2003-05-30
Setting Passive Mode for Perl/CPAN 2003-06-08
Archiving Files With Perl 2003-06-12
Compression of Text With Perl - Part 1 2004-05-17
Compression of Text With Perl - Part 2 2004-05-23
Matching Hex Characters With Perl 2005-07-22
Writing a Simple Filter With Perl 2005-07-30
Installing The Net-SNMP Perl Module on Windows 2005-11-12
Sending a Command Via TCP With Perl 2006-04-23
Converting File Extension to Lower Case With Perl 2006-09-04
Links:
PERL Regular Expressions
A very concise reference.
O'Reilly Perl Page
Who could do it better than the publisher of the Camel book?
Perl Directory
Books, articles, online docs.


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