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Wicked Cool Perl Scripts
by Steve Oualline
Wicked Cool Perl Scripts is about writing those utilities quickly and easily. A collection of handy utilities that solves difficult problems, Wicked Cool Perl Scripts is a great resource for the savvy Perl programmer.
CGI Programming with Perl
by Scott Guelich, Shishir Gundavaram, Gunther Birznieks, Linda Mui
The appearance of the second edition of CGI Programming with Perl heralds the beginning of the neoclassical era of Web service.
Perl and CGI for the World Wide Web: Visual QuickStart Guide (2nd Edition)
by Elizabeth Castro
New edition of a resource that shows how to create useful new scripts or adapt existing ones to individual needs.
Programming Perl (3rd Edition)
by Larry Wall, Tom Christiansen, Jon Orwant
Perl may be best-known for its almost cultlike following among Unix gurus and authors of Web-server scripts; nonetheless, the language is suitable for utilitarian programming tasks of all kinds and on all platforms.
CGI Programming 101
Learn how to add CGIs to your website, in less than a day. . . even if you have no programming experience! Examples take you from the basics - where to write your scripts, how to upload them and set file permissions, and how to run them - to decoding forms, reading and writing data files, and using server-side includes - to advanced topics like cookies, redirection, and database programming. Several appendices include a list of online resources (including CGI job search sites), a Unix tutorial and command reference, and a Password tutorial that shows you how to password-protect your web site. The companion web site for this book, located at www.cgi101.com/class/, contains code from every example in the book, as well as links to related resources.
CGI Programming Unleashed
by Daniel J. Berlin
CGI Programming Unleashed opens with a solid explanation of the concepts that underlie CGI--including a complete explanation of all environment variables and the most popular libraries--and then moves on to offer a series of task-oriented chapters. Each of these chapters covers a single common application of CGI, such as database query systems, image maps, discussion forums, shopping carts, and hit counters.
Core Web Programming (Core Series)
by Marty Hall, Gary Cornell
Becoming a Web developer these days requires expertise in a variety of disparate languages and tools and usually requires a whole shelf of books. Core Web Programming delivers all you need to become a competent Web developer in one massive text. It covers HTML, Java, Common Gateway Interface (CGI), and JavaScript thoroughly with plenty of real-world programming examples.
Developing CGI Applications With Perl
by John Deep, Peter Holfelder
After an introduction to CGI, HTTP, and the Perl scripting language, this book offers complete tutorials for building a range of CGI applications. Users also find a complete Perl script reference and information on Web server utilities, HTML utilities and CGI applications around the world.
Effective Perl Programming: Writing Better Programs With Perl
by Joseph N. Hall
Packed with great examples and code snippets, this book is an excellent source of tips and tricks to make your Perl programs faster and easier to read. You'll also find a strong section on using the Perl debugger to improve your Perl programming skills.
Learning Perl (2nd Edition)
by Randal L. Schwartz, Tom Christiansen, Larry Wall
In this smooth, carefully paced course, a leading Perl trainer teaches you to program in the language that threatens to make C, sed, awk, and the Unix shell obsolete for many tasks. This book is the "official" guide for both formal (classroom) and informal learning. It is fully accessible to the novice programmer.

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