PERL Online Training

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What is PERL ?

Short for Practical Extraction and Report Language, Perl is a programming language developed by Larry Wall, especially designed for processing text. Because of its strong text processing abilities, Perl has become one of the most popular languages for writing CGI scripts. Perl is an interpretive language, which makes it easy to build and test simple programs.

PERL  Online Training Course Outline

Getting Started with Perl

  1. Introduction to Perl?
  2. Where Can I Get Perl?
  3. A Simple Perl Program
  4. Simple I/O Basics
  5. Perl Variables
  6. Decisions in Control Flow
  7. Loops in Control Flow
  8. Altering Loop Control Flow
  9. Statement Modifiers
  10. What Is True And What Is False?
  11. The Special Variable $_

Perl Operators

  1. Introduction to Perl operators
  2. Table Of Perl Operators
  3. Arithmetic Operators
  4. String Operators
  5. Relational Operators
  6. Logical Operators
  7. Bitwise Operators
  8. Assignment Operators
  9. The Conditional Operator
  10. Range Operator
  11. String Functions
  12. The eval Function

I/O

  1. I/O Introduction
  2. String Literals
  3. The print Function
  4. The printf Function
  5. The sprintf Function
  6. Filehandles
  7. How to open Disk Files
  8. File Open Errors
  9. The die and warn Functions
  10. File Operators

Arrays

  1. Basic introduction to Arrays
  2. How to Assigning Values To An Array
  3. How to Access Array Elements
  4. Array Functions
  5. push and pop Functions
  6. shift
  7. sortreverse, and chop
  8. split and join
  9. grep
  10. splice
  11. Command Line Arguments

Associative Arrays

  1. Basic Concepts
  2. Associative Array Functions
  3. Updating Associative Arrays
  4. Accessing Environment Variables

Subroutines

  1. Calling Subroutines
  2. Passing Arguments to Subroutines
  3. Returning Values from Subroutines
  4. The require Function
  5. Packages and Modules
  6. The @INC Array
  7. Predefined Subroutines
  8. Comparison Subroutines for Sorting

Pattern Matching and Regular Expressions

  1. Introduction to Regular Expressions
  2. Regular Expression Syntax
  3. The Match Operator
  4. Define Regular Expression Meta-Characters
  5. Basic introduction to Anchors
  6. Single Character Matches
  7. Some Special Issues
  8. Character Classes
  9. Multiple Character Matches
  10. Alternation
  11. The Substitution Operator
  12. The Translation Operator

Accessing System Resources

  1. Introduction
  2. File and Directory System Calls
  3. stat Function
  4. utime Function
  5. fork Function
  6. exec and wait Functions
  7. How to Handle Signals
  8. system Function
  9. Command Substitution
  10. Opening Pipe Files

Generating Reports with Perl

  1. Formats
  2. Formatting Examples
  3. Multi-Line Values & Text Blocks
  4. Sending a Report to a File
  5. select Function
  6. The Special Variable $~
  7. Top-of-Page Formats & Bottom-of-Page Formats
  8. A Sample Report

Perl and CGI

  1. Introduction to CGI?
  2. Web Servers and Browsers
  3. What is HTML ?
  4. HTML Forms ?
  5. HTML Form Elements
  6. A Typical CGI Application
  7. CGI Input & CGI Output
  8. How to use CGI.pm Module
  9. CGI Environment Variables
  • Command Line Options and Debugging
    1. Running Perl on the Command Line
    2. Command Line Options
    3. The Perl Debugger
    4. Perl Debugger Commands
    5. Other Debugging Aids
    6. The strict Module
  • Regular Expressions
    1. Remembered Matches
    2. Greedy Regular Expressions
    3. Nested Remembered Patterns
    4. Matching for Multiple Occurrences in a Loop
  • References and Data Structures
    1. References
    2. Syntactic Sugar
    3. Anonymous Arrays
    4. Higher Dimensional Arrays
    5. References and Subroutines
  • Comparing Perl 4 and 5
    1. Operators
    2. Packages
    3. Typeglobs
  • Advanced Perl
    1. Advanced Perl Course concepts
    2. Object Orientation in perl
    3. Network Programming in Perl
  • Perl Development Using Eclipse
    1. Features of the Perl Plugin
    2. Creating a Perl Project
    3. Running a Perl Program
    4. Preferences – EPIC
    5. Preferences – Editor
    6. Preferences – Content Assist
    7. Preferences – Folding
    8. Preferences – Mark Occurrences
    9. Preferences – Templates
    10. Templates
    11. Preferences – Source Formatter
    12. Preferences – Task Tags
    13. Accessing Perl Documentation
    14. Project Properties
    15. Debugging
    16. Testing Regular Expressions
  • Reference
    1. Special Perl Variables
    2. Regular Expression Meta-Characters
    3. Internet Resources

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