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I also bought this book and read it several time. Data Munging with Perl by davorg Mynging on Jun 30, at Now my colleagues can read it without borrowing my copy, well done Dave: It’s a dirty job but someone has to do it. Many years ago, I wrote a book called Data Munging with Perl.

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I’ve been writing Perl hacking at it really for about six months now, and this is just the sort of stuff that I need to improve my skills. Matt Potter rated it liked it Aug 07, Parser several others informative – topics range from simple pattern-matching to the powerful Parse:: Other CB clients Other Users?


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Part I: Background

Dreams of writing a book that normal people will read. Others musing on the Monastery: Be the first to ask a question about Data Munging with Perl. The bits where I talk about particular CPAN modules are all a bit embarrassing as Perl fashions change and newer, better modules are released.


Lists with This Book. I didn’t know that the Brazilian edition had been published. There were some bits, particularly in the early chapters, that talked about general principles that are still as relevant as they were when the book was published.

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!!

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Don’t blame, it came from inside the void “. Do you know where your variables are? Bob Daniel rated it it was amazing Jan 14, Want to Read saving…. Dzta to Data Parsing. PerlMonks does get a couple of mentions tho’ it seems that only one made it into the index.


Data Munging with Perl

How many stories does it take before you’ve heard them all? For the first time I’m reading a book written by a tangible person, somehow this makes a difference. The book was published inso as far pefl technology books go, it’s very old.

David Sewell rated it it was ok Jan 06, Don rated it really liked it Feb 01, Lucid and practical; every page brims with proven advice. Paperbackpages. Do you have the contact details of the publisher?

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