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James Jolin jjolin at itol.com
Thu Nov 8 22:31:15 UTC 2007


rick at eversoles.com wrote:
>> get one I can compile that
>> way I will have a more up todate version.
>> Anyone know of a good source on how to write perl or bash scripts?
>> Jim WA9ARB
>>
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> Jim:
>
> By now I see you have gotten some good "quick" answers.
> What everyone failed to ask was are you a programmer?
> This greatly affects what "good" is in reference to your
> question about perl/bash.....
>
> In general if you have a nominal programming background then
> the O'Reilly series of books is really good.
>
> Another good source is Prentice Hall.
>
> If you do not program much then something from Sam's may be
> better.
>
> Note: I have given you publisher names and not exact titles.
>
> I still consider myself a programmer, even though I have not
> written much code in the last 8 years.
>
> I personally like O'Reilly series and I have about 15 of their books
> on various languages. (I have used 30 languages in my career)
>
> Rick "The Rhino" N6RNO
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Well, don't laugh, I did some programing in basic when I had a Timex 
Sinclair computer and did do dos batch files, but that's about it.  
Bill's url looks good....kind of looks like what I after.  Will have to 
sit down and digest all this.
Jim WA9ARB







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