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|How to use these presentations|
|This presentation explains how to use the presentations, how and why they were created the way they actually were. Language:English||7:59 min|
|Perl Tutorial Introduction|
|This presentation talks about the Perl language tutorial content not the language. Listen to this presentation to know what is in the series of slide shows of the Perl tutorial. Language:English||5:52 min|
|Introduction to the Language Perl|
|This presentation is the language introduction followed by many other presentations. This is the "hello world" program tutorial. Language:English||13:55 min|
|How to use variables in Perl, scalars, array, array slices, hashes, hash slices, expressions, strings, interpolated strings. Language:English||26:29 min|
|Perl Programming Construct|
|IF/ WHILE/ SUB constructs in Perl Language:English||16:52 min|
|Perl Predefined Variables|
|Detailed tutorial on almost all Perl predefined special variables. Language:English||37:9 min|
|Perl File and Directory Handling|
|How to open, read, write, close files and directories. Language:English||21:57 min|
|Perl Regular Expression|
|How to use Perl regular expressions, operator m and s fine details. Really long. Prepare time for it. Language:English||45:18 min|
|Perl Reference Variables, Objects|
|What Perl reference variables are (pointers?) and how to program OO in Perl. This is not an OO tutorial! Language:English||42:30 min|
|Socket Programming under UNIX and Windows|
|This tutorial details how to program networking applications under UNIX and also details the differences in socket programming when programming for Windows. Language:English||0 sec|
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