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A good Perl book for newbies/beginners using Windows?

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Ant
Hello!

I am looking for a good hardcopy Perl book for newbies/beginners
(including myself) who use Windows (not UNIX/Linux) and that isn't so
old. After talking to my Linux friends who use Perl, they suggested
these two:

1. http://oreilly.com/catalog/9781565923249/ (1997 though and mentions
Windows NT)
2. http://www.amazon.com/Programming-Pe...ref=pd_sim_b_1
(has UNIX references; from 2000).

However, my boss said "They seem a bit out of date. Perl has evolved
from 1997 and 2000. We may need something more current."

Any suggestions on recent revisions for Perl newbies who use Windows
(XP-Vista)?

Thank you in advance. :)
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Ant wrote:
Hello!

I am looking for a good hardcopy Perl book for newbies/beginners
(including myself) who use Windows (not UNIX/Linux) and that isn't so
old. After talking to my Linux friends who use Perl, they suggested
these two:

1. http://oreilly.com/catalog/9781565923249/ (1997 though and mentions
Windows NT)
2. http://www.amazon.com/Programming-Pe...ref=pd_sim_b_1
(has UNIX references; from 2000).

However, my boss said "They seem a bit out of date. Perl has evolved
from 1997 and 2000. We may need something more current."

Any suggestions on recent revisions for Perl newbies who use Windows
(XP-Vista)?
This newsgroup (comp.lang.perl) is defunct.
You want to look at comp.lang.perl.misc instead. (Search the old articles
for the FAQ postings.)

http://learn.perl.org/
http://www.perl.org/books.html

-Joe
Sep 22 '08 #2

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