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course 1.1.2.8

Level: intermediate
1.1.2.8 | intermediate | 8 sessions
Perl is a language of acceptable subsets. Larry Wall has said, many times, that it's okay to not know everything. If you knew enough to get the job done, then obviously you knew all you needed to. To provide you with a broader foundation to get your job done, Intermediate Perl continues after Sheldon's wildly successful Introduction to Perl.

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0 | introduction and orientation

1 | perl fundamentals

2 | shell and prompt tools

3 | web development

4 | CPAN Modules

5 | Ruby

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level: intermediate intermediate ( 2 )

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1.1.2.8 Intermediate Perl

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Somewhere between the basics of a language and its uses in solving specific problems are all the other features that don't fit into a series for beginners, but are too general for discussing in a problem-based approach. This series of lectures will build on what you've learned in the introductory course.


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1.0.1.8 | Introduction to Perl

1.2.2.1 | Effective use of map, sort and grep in Perl

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2.2.2.2 | Prompt Tools

2.1.2.4 | Data Mining and Analysis at the Command Line

4.0.2.1 | Spans and Sets

1.2.2.1 | Effective use of map, sort and grep in Perl

4.1.2.2 | Random Numbers and Distributions

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Other courses by Martin Krzywinski.

0.0.0.1 | Orientation Session

0.1.0.1 | Two Problems

2.2.2.2 | Prompt Tools

1.0.1.8 | Introduction to Perl

2.1.2.4 | Data Mining and Analysis at the Command Line

4.0.2.1 | Spans and Sets

1.2.2.1 | Effective use of map, sort and grep in Perl

4.1.2.2 | Random Numbers and Distributions