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Book Review: Perl Best Practices


Perl Best Practices lists for about $28.
Perl Best Practices is a good "browsing" book. Have five or 10 minutes to kill? Flip to a random page and read a couple of Conway's guidelines. As Conway mentions in the book, most people develop a style that feels right to them. These habits will be hard to break, so there's not much point in sitting down and trying to read the book straight through. Better to read a few practices at a time and try to improve those habits (if necessary) and move on.
 read more | mail this link | score:3790 | -Ray, October 11, 2005
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