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LinuxMonth: Perl for the Absolute NewbieOct 05, 2000, 22:31 (4 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Jeffrey A. Duffy)
[ Thanks to Baiju Thakkar for this link. ]
"Perl is a programming language usually associated with the Web and CGI programs, but is in fact a powerful general-purpose tool for systems administration, network programming, and a host of other uses. In this article, I'll begin a step-by-step tutorial in Perl, starting with your first Perl program...."
"Let's begin by jumping right into our first Perl program, the ever-popular 'Hello World'. The source code for the program looks like this:
#!/usr/bin/perl -w # print our greeting print "Hello World!\n";Type this program into a file called named hello.pl. Make the file executable using the command chmod +x hello.pl , and run it by typing ./hello.pl . You should see the message Hello World! appear on your console."
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