Description For Sale in Indiansubcontinent only The highly-anticipated update to this classic book - nowfully reflects today's most powerful idioms and adds nine newchapters! Packed with carefully-explained examples that show how to write Perl code like the experts do -- and why New chapters on CPAN, databases, debugging, distributions, external processes, files, production Perl, testing, and Unicode Follows Scott Meyers' best-selling Effective C format An indispensable resource for every experienced Perl programmer Introduction The Basics of Perl Idiomatic Perl Regular Expressions Subroutines Files and File handles References CPAN Unicode Distributions Testing Warnings Databases Miscellany Appendix A: Perl Resources Appendix B: Map from First to Second Edition Books Websites Blogs and Podcasts Getting Help Index Joseph N. Hall has programmed for a living since 1984, taught his first computer class at age fourteen, and has worked with Perl since 1993. Joshua A. McAdams , a programmer at Google, is the voice of Perlcast. He has hosted two Perl conferences, conducts meetings for Chicago Perl Mongers, has spoken about Perl at events worldwide, and is a CPAN author. Brian D Foy is coauthor of Learning Perl, Fifth Edition (O'Reilly Media, 2008), and Intermediate Perl (O'Reilly Media, 2006), and author of Mastering Perl (O'Reilly Media, 2007). He established the first Perl user group, the New York Perl Mongers; publishes The Perl Review; maintains parts of the core Perl documentation; and has more than ten years of Perl training experience.