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    Can anyone recommend a good way to learn perl

    I am looking to learn how to make perl scripts, can you suggest any good books/websites to assist me?
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    Anyone?

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    Sorry for not posting earlier.

    Here is a list of links that I borrowed from another Perl coder.

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            _Perl links_
    official site   : http://www.perl.org/
    beginners' help : http://learn.perl.org/faq/beginners.html
    advance help    : http://perlmonks.org/
    documentation   : http://perldoc.perl.org/
    news            : http://perlsphere.net/
    repository      : http://www.cpan.org/
    blog            : http://blogs.perl.org/
    regional groups : http://www.pm.org/
    Here are a few books
    Learning Perl, 6th Edition
    Learning Perl Student Workbook, 2nd Edition
    Programming Perl, 4th Edition
    Perl Best Practices

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    Thanks, I'll try those out.

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    Perl's still alive and people still want to use it?
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    Of course it's alive and well. However, web related scripts is only a small aspect of what Perl is used for.

    Here's a listing of some of the Perl sites.
    http://www.appliedstacks.com/PoweredBy/Perl


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