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DMwP is a readable, practical and informative guide to manipulating data using Perl 5. However, it’s held up well, and gives excellent advice on how to use Perl to process data. This title is out of print and no longer for sale.
Which means that I can now distribute it in any way that I like. Now available at http: I like the style that it’s written in, and it’s chock-a-block full of useful information.
The bits where I talk about particular CPAN modules are all a bit embarrassing as Perl fashions change and newer, better modules are released.
Data Munging with Perl by davorg Chancellor on Jun withh, at Recently I re-read it. You will learn how to decouple the various stages of munging programs, how to design data structures, how to emulate the Unix filter model, etc. Dreams of writing a book that normal people petl read. I didn’t know that the Brazilian edition had been published. Data Munging with Perl by mda2 Hermit on Apr 27, at datz I also bought this book and read it several time.
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Frederick Heald rated it liked it Oct 10, Check out past polls. Ben Ostrowsky rated it really minging it Sep 16, And, it shows you how to build your own parsers to process data of arbitrary complexity.
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I made a bit of money. Don rated it really liked it Feb 01, Many computing tasks require taking data from one computer system, manipulating it in some way, and passing it to another. He has 12 years’ experience working in the IT industry. If you are not a Perl programmer, this book may just convince you to add Perl to your repertoire. Sam rated it liked it Jan 11, I can personally recommend DMwP to eternal amateurs like myself.
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Part I: Background
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Table of Contents detailed table of contents. Perhaps we can hear a bit straight from the horses mouth, a perlmonks exclusive interview perhaps. Parser several others informative – topics range from simple pattern-matching to the powerful Parse:: Post your questions below, and maybe we can get the author to answer a few. I’ve already recommended this to my fellow work-mates high praise indeed! But today I got an interesting letter from the publishers, telling me that they have taken the book out of print.
In my opinion terrible errors ocurred during translation partial code, partial only!! Bob Daniel rated it it was amazing Jan 14, I’m read this great book atbut one Brazilian Portuguese Translated