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Perl is a high-level, general-purpose, interpreted, dynamic programming language usually used for server side scripting.

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Perl is a high-level, general-purpose, interpreted, dynamic programming language usually used for server side scripting. Originally coined by Larry Wall as a general-purpose Unix scripting language to make report processing easier. It is basically developed for text text manipulation but and has become popular and been used for a wide range of tasks including system administration, web development, network programming, games, and GUI development.

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Perl language is a practical language that includes the overall structure of C language and some features of shell, AWK, and sed programming. There contains some major features like support for multiple programming paradigms (procedural, object-oriented, and functional styles), reference counting memory management (without a cycle-detecting garbage collector), built-in support for text processing, and a large collection of third-party modules.

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Posted on: November 18, 2009

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Michelle Huang
April 15, 2011
Perl Question

How to make Perl source codes unreadable but still functionable?
Logeswaran
May 27, 2011
Perl

HI... I have been writing the scripts for extracting information from web pages. I have the doubt of, with the help of perl can do these things only?? And also am trying for some other jobs.. So in what type i have to prepare for interviews. In some other companies how they are using perl. Please suggest me that, I want to learn perl for some big MNC's. So send me the details what they are doing with the help of perl. From that i can learn and get place in some MNc's. Thanks for support.
saurabh
January 5, 2012
Perl programming

My self saurabh and m new learner of perl. i m trying to write a code for date validation but some how it is not working can anyone help me out on this.please find my code as given below. date should be in mm/dd/yyyy print ("Enter a date in the format MM/DD/YYYY:\n"); $date = <STDIN>; chomp ($date); $md1 = "(0[13578]|1[02])\\2(0[1-9]|[12]\\d|3[01])"; $md2 = "(0[469]|11)\\2(0[1-9]|[12]\\d|30)"; $md3 = "02\\2(0[1-9]|[12]\\d)"; $userip =~ /^(\d{1,4})(.)($md1|$md2|$md3)$/; if ($userip) { print ("$date Success!! you have entered valid date.\n"); }else { print ("$date Sorry!! you have entered invalid date.\n"); }
fabrizio
May 1, 2012
question on string modification with perl

Hi, here's my problem. Given the input string below: $Input_string="10, 20, 25, 40-45, 50"; I want to get the output following output string: $output_string = "10 20 25 40 41 42 43 44 45 50": I need to do this in Perl language. I tried multiple things, like going through an array and such but that still does not work. For example: $_="10, 20, 40-45, 50"; s/,//g; #the 'g' says to substitute all occurrences s/-/../g; print "$_\n"; @array1 = (split / /, $_); foreach $elm (@array1) { print "$elm\n"; } This gives me the following output: 10 20 40..45 50 10 20 40..45 50 but that's not what I wanted..... thanks
sam
August 1, 2012
Find a word....

Hi I am trying following code but its not working. The word which I am giving from command line is 'testing' which i want to find in array below. #! usr/bin/perl use warnings; use Fcntl; #The Module print "content-type: text/html \n\n"; print "Enter word : "; $word = <>; @PnpLogPath = ('I am testing so dont worry','haha sam testing','sfdsf sdjfbsdf'); @result = grep (/$word/, @PnpLogPath); foreach $result(@result) { print $result; }
vasu
April 12, 2013
perl

hi i'm new to perl, i need to perform ls command on any directory that i was chosen by browse button on a web page using mod_perl script can help me to get the result.
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