Cultured Perl: Three essential Perl books
- Perl 6 Essentials
(O'Reilly & Associates, 2003) covers the development not only of Perl
6 syntax but also Parrot, the language-independent interpreter developed
as part of the Perl 6 design strategy.
- Perl Cookbook, 2nd Edition (O'Reilly & Associates, 2003) is a comprehensive
collection of problems, solutions, and practical examples for anyone
programming in Perl.
- Perl Template Toolkit (O'Reilly & Associates, 2003) guides you through the
entire process of installing, configuring, using, and extending the
Template Toolkit. See also the home page of the Template
- Check out the main O'Reilly & Associates Web site for more O'Reilly titles.
- Keep up with Perl 6 news at the
main page for Parrot (and Perl 6, for now); and with the Perl 6 weekly updates.
- Bernd Dulfer's Perl6 quick reference
is an invaluable Perl 6 resource.
- You will also be interested in Larry Wall's plans
for Perl 6 regular expressions, and Allison Randall and Damian
of Larry Wall's article. See also Damian Conway's examples of
Perl 6 regular expressions in action.
- The Perl6::Rules
module for including Perl 6 regular expression syntax in Perl 5 lives at
and the Regexp::Common module at CPAN, too. Read more about Parse::RecDescent in Ted's Cultured Perl column, Writing Perl programs that speak English (developerWorks, August 2000). He discusses Tie::Hash::TwoWay in Cultured Perl: Tied variables (developerWorks, January 2003).
- Read Ted's other Perl articles in the Cultured
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Python: Updating your Python reading list (developerWorks, May 2002) gives David Mertz' picks and
pans of Python publications.
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