PERL Part 1 - BASICS
Duration: 4 Days
Perl is a mature, extremely flexible, general purpose language, which is especially well suited to textual manipulation. In addition to its comprehensive built-in facilities, there are a large number of freely accessible libraries of Perl code to help build a wide range of applications. And it is available free-of-charge.
PERL Part 1 - BASICS provides delegates with the knowledge and skills necessary to develop scalable cross platform applications using the Perl programming language. This course teaches the basic concepts and capabilities of the Perl program scripting language.
Upon completion, delegates will be able to use Perl to perform data processing tasks, file and directory management, and some system administration tasks.
In line with the cross-platform nature of the Perl language, this highly-practical course can be presented on either a Windows or UNIX/Linux platform, and the course is applicable to many other platforms as well.
Topics Covered In This Course
Background, rationale and purpose of Perl
Scalar Data, variables and operators
Formatting and Printing
Lists and Arrays
Debugging Perl Scripts
Pattern matching with Regular expressions
Files and Directories
What You Can Expect
Who Should Take This Course
This course is valuable for technical users, application programmers, and system programmers.
Delegates should have basic user level knowledge of an operating system such as Unix or Windows. Any programming experience would be an advantage.
Every student attending a Verhoef Training class will receive a certificate good for $100 toward their next public class taken within a year.
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