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course 1.0.1.8

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1.0.1.8 | beginner | 8 sessions
This eight session course will introduce you to basic Perl. Topics will include scalars, arrays, hashes, context, control structures, functions, reading and writing files, and look at Perl idioms. We'll also touch upon modules and the Comprehensive Perl Archive Network (CPAN).

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1.0.1.8 Introduction to Perl

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As course designed for absolute beginners, this will be your first formal introduction to Perl. We'll ease you into Perl by covering fundamentals like variables (scalars, arrays, hashes), control structures (for,while,do), and functions. You'll see how to read and write data to and from files and create scripts to help you automate your work. There will be readings from the "Learning Perl" book for each session and assignments which will help you practise and gain experience.


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