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Programming in Perl

Summer 1999

(Under construction, more to follow)

 Assignment List

Web Programming in Perl-
4 quarter hours, first session
Masao Sugiyama, ext. 6512
Office Seminar 3167
email sugiyama@evergreen.edu
MW 1-5p, ACC
Reference #: 98448M

This course will introduce CGI and the Perl programming language to students interested in providing dynamic information on the World Wide Web. Programming experience is not required, but students will be expected to learn.



Teach Yourself Perl 5 in 21 Days
by David Till
2nd Bk&Cd Edition
Sams ISBN: 0672308940


Web Programming With Perl5
by Bill Middleton, Brian Deng, Brian Derg, Chris Kemp (Contributor)
Sams; ISBN: 1575211122