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Comments: Five must-have books on Perl programming

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Below follows a list of what I consider five books any serious Perl programmer must have, or at least having read once. The list is restricted to books I actually have in my office, so if you're missing a must-have book, it's probably because I don't own it (yet). Please feel free to comment with suggestions.

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Hello Sir, I'm new to Perl & as you have said I got all the 5 weapons in my arsenal. As a newbie I'm reading Learning Perl "Llama Book" & after that I'll surely check those books out.

Posted by Rohan at 04:00 GMT on 28 June 2011

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