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The Camel Book

Programming Perl, by Larry Wall, Tom Christiansen, and Randal L. Schwartz. Copyright 1996 O'Reilly Media, Inc. ISBN:1565921496

Named after the picture of a camel on its cover, Programming Perl is the definitive guide to the language. The second edition, printed 1996, describes the features of Perl version 5.003. So while it may be not for you if you are looking for bleeding edge features of the language, it is still the most authoritative book which is available in print. Once you are familiar with the concepts of the Camel, you will easily find your way through the online documentation (which always reflects recent developments) and a wealth of other books on Perl.

-- Contributors: HaraldJoerg - 19 Jul 2007


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