Learn Perl

  • WatchPerl Tutorial 1 - Active Perl, Perl Editor, Hello World
  • WatchPerl Tutorial 2 - Program Basics
  • WatchPerl Tutorial 3 - Variables
  • WatchPerl Tutorial 4 - Arrays: Basics
  • WatchPerl Tutorial 5 - Arrays: push, pop, shift, unshift
  • WatchPerl Tutorial 6 - Arrays: merge, reverse, sort
  • WatchPerl Tutorial 7 - Array Tips
  • WatchPerl Tutorial 8 - Looping Arrays: The Foreach Loop
  • WatchPerl Tutorial 9 - Conditionals: if, elsif, else, unless
  • WatchPerl Tutorial 10 - Operators and Precedence
  • WatchPerl Tutorial 11 - Operators and Precedence Continued
  • WatchPerl Tutorial 12 - The While Loop, The Until Loop
  • WatchPerl Tutorial 13 - Functions: map, grep
  • WatchPerl Tutorial 14 - Hashes: Basics
  • WatchPerl Tutorial 15 - Looping Hashes: keys, values, each
  • WatchPerl Tutorial 16 - Hash Functions: exists, defined, delete
  • WatchPerl Tutorial 17 - Hashes: reverse, sort, merge
  • WatchPerl Tutorial 18 - Functions: split, join
  • WatchPerl Tutorial 19 - Functions: lc, uc, lcfirst, ucfirst
  • WatchPerl Tutorial 20 - Functions: length, substr, index, rindex
  • WatchPerl Tutorial 21 - Random Numbers & Rounding: rand, sprintf
  • WatchPerl Tutorial 22 - What's The Time?
  • WatchPerl Tutorial 23 - Commenting Your Code
  • WatchPerl Tutorial 24 - Regular Expressions: Basics
  • WatchPerl Tutorial 25 - Subroutines: Basics
  • WatchPerl Tutorial 26 - Open, Read & Close a Text File
  • WatchPerl Tutorial 27 - Write To & Append a Text File
  • WatchPerl Tutorial 28 - Rename, Copy & Delete Files, File Size
  • WatchPerl Tutorial 29 - Directories: Open, Read, Make & more
  • WatchPerl Tutorial 30 - Glob Function
  • WatchPerl Tutorial 31 - Upload a Script to a Server: Ascii, chmod
  • WatchPerl Tutorial 32 - Printing a Block of Text
  • WatchPerl Tutorial 33 - File Test Operators: -e, -z, -s, -d
  • WatchPerl Tutorial 34 - chmod Function: Set File Permissions
  • WatchPerl Tutorial 35 - Sendmail: Send an Email, Rudewords Filter
  • WatchPerl Tutorial 36 - Create a Form where Method=Post
  • WatchPerl Tutorial 37 - Parse a Form where Method=Post
  • WatchPerl Tutorial 38 - Create a Form where Method=Get
  • WatchPerl Tutorial 39 - Parse a Form where Method=Get
  • WatchPerl Tutorial 40 - Create & Parse a Simple Query String
  • WatchPerl Tutorial 41 - Environmental Variables
  • WatchPerl Tutorial 42 - require Function
  • WatchPerl Tutorial 43 - Install a Module with CPAN.pm .LOCK NMAKE
  • WatchPerl Tutorial 44 - LWP::Simple - Get Web Page Source Code
  • WatchPerl Tutorial 45 - Fetch, Parse & Convert a Web Page to Text
  • WatchPerl Tutorial 46 - LWP::UserAgent - Emulate a Browser
  • WatchPerl Tutorial 47 - IO::Socket - Connect to a Web Server
  • WatchPerl Tutorial 48 - HTML::LinkExtor - Extract Links & Images
  • WatchPerl Tutorial 49 - HTML::HeadParser - Extract Title & Meta
  • WatchPerl Tutorial 50 - Download a Website to Your Computer

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