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Old 20th October 2008
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Default Learning Perl

Learning Perl 5th Edition
by Randal L. Schwartz, Tom Phoenix & Brian d Foy

July 2008
ISBN: 978-0-596-52010-6

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Popularly known as "the llama book" is what the most people use to start with Perl (quote from the book). My own opinion is that it's a very good book, easy to understand with lots of real world examples that come in handy sometimes *but* you must have the man or the perl doc site to completely understand some of the examples. Long story short - a good book which i recommend to anyone.
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