[ic] perl manual

Nigel Hathaway nigel@bprj.co.uk
Tue, 5 Dec 2000 09:43:25 -0000

I think the best value for money is "The Perl CD Bookshelf" from O'Reilly.
It contains 6 of the most respected books on Perl on CD, one of which is
also provided in hard copy.  There is a search facility across all 6 books,
which is supplied for all flavours of Unix, Windows and Mac.  See Amazon.com
for details.

Nigel Hathaway

-----Original Message-----
From:	Fèlix [mailto:felixc@jet.es]
Sent:	04 December 2000 22:13
To:	interchange-users@minivend.com
Subject:	Re: [ic] perl manual

> > Hello all,
> Can anyone give me some advice on a good perl book that can help me
> understand interchange a bit more. It seems there are more books about
> out there then readers.
> You can mail me personal if you think that this is off-topic.

I think a good one to begin is Perl 5 by example by David Medinets.

There are others like Web Programming with perl 5 by Willian Middleton.

You can find those and more books for free on www.itknowledge.com in the
public archives section.