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Book Review: Web, Graphics, and Perl/Tk

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Subtitled Best of The Perl Journal, this O'Reilly & Associates book will set you back $40.
For deep understanding of how to get the most out of the Web, however, this book helps intelligent enthusiasts cover a lot of territory in a short space. It's certainly not comprehensive; it misses such topics as file uploads, for example. The parts of Web scripting it does cover, though, are done with precision, full detail, and liveliness. This is the book that can take an alert programmer from ignorance about how the Web works, to expert confidence, faster than any other.
 read more | mail this link | score:4611 | -Ray, May 12, 2003
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