PERL programmers need a clear roadmap for improving their skills. Intermediate PERL teaches a working knowledge of PERL's objects, references, and modules — all of which makes the language so versatile and effective. This class offers a thorough introduction to intermediate programming in PERL. Topics include packages and namespaces, references and scoping, manipulating complex data structures, writing and using modules, package implementation, and using CPAN.
Attendees to P-315: Intermediate PERL Programming will receive TechNow approved course materials and expert instruction.
Duration: 5 Days
- Packages and namespaces
- References and scoping
- Manipulating complex data structures
- Object-oriented programming
- Writing and using modules
- Testing PERL code
- Contributing to CPAN
- P-245: Programming with PERL or equivalent knowledge and skills
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User: J Masters
Instructor comments: Instructor kept it interesting and brought a wealth of knowledge to the classroom environment. Kept a good pace and provided relevant examples.