[aprssig] Programming Language Advice
russo at bogodyn.org
Fri Jan 16 10:31:51 CST 2009
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> My nearest bookshop that's likely to have any of the books mentioned is
> 400km away in Sydney or Brisbane. Given my lack of desire to ever be in
> a big city again it may be some time before I get to peruse stocks and
> make a decision. In the meantime I'll go back and RTFM again, and again!
> I may even ask stupid questions here.
> Curt, WE7U wrote:
> > For Perl books these are the ones I use:
> > Learning Perl
> > Programming Perl
> > Perl Cookbook
Do check out the "Perl CD Bookshelf." It comes with a hardcopy of "Perl in a
Nutshell" and a CD containing "Perl in a Nutshell," "Programming Perl," "Perl
Cookbook," "Advanced Perl Programming," "Learning Perl," and "Learning Perl on
Win32." It's a fantastic resource, and much cheaper than buying the paper
copies of all those.
You can get it without being anywhere near a brick-and-mortar bookshop.
Tom Russo KM5VY SAR502 DM64ux http://www.swcp.com/~russo/
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