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Now my colleagues can read it without borrowing my copy, well done Dave: PerlMonks graciously bestowed by Tim Vroom.

Data Munging with Perl

If you need to work with complex data formats it will teach you how to do that and also how to build your own tools to process these formats. Others musing on the Monastery: Which means that I can now distribute it in any way that I like.

I thought that some of it was still pretty good. Paul Harrington rated it liked it May 13, I just started learning Perl and I like it very much and also it really encourage newbies seeing such a great community helping others. Jeremy rated it liked it May 15, Peter Corrigan rated it it was amazing Jan 16, Replies are listed ‘Best First’. I bought it many years ago, and still use it.

This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Thanks for the link. Due to the self-taught nature of my Perl skills, I am ever alert for rudiments I overlooked.


I might even have the original documents somewhere. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. He is an active member of the Perl community, the founder of the London Perl Mongers, and is also a regular columist for Perlmonththe online Perl magazine. Frederick Heald rated it liked it Oct 10, It discusses general munging techniques and how to think about data munging problems.

It contains more knowledge than you’d think could fit into a handy pages. If any brazilian portuguese speakers read this PerlMonks does get a couple of mentions tho’ it seems that only one made it into the index. This title is out of print and no longer for sale.

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Open Preview See a Problem? For any real programmers reading this review, I’ll quote the forward by Damian Conway: I’ve been writing Perl hacking at it really for about six months now, and this is just the sort of stuff that I need to improve my skills.

If you are not a Perl programmer, this book may just convince you to add Perl to your repertoire. I’m currently reading this book, with a great degree of interest. Don’t refresh or navigate away from the page. Patrick rated it really liked it Jul 17, Michael Jackson rated it really liked it Sep 27, There were some bits, particularly in the early chapters, that talked about general principles that are still as relevant as they were when the book was published. Learn how your comment data is processed.


I am about to move house and as part of the process I have thrown out a number of my books on programming. If that someone is you, you’re definately holding the right book. Do you have the contact details of the publisher? Day-to-day, in the trenches, this is the book that has influenced my own coding more than any other.

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Data Munging with Perl

Also, to be honest, a lot of the publicity blurb was written some time ago, when I was spending more time on PerlMonth stuff than on PerlMonks. Your desktop dictionary may not include it, but ‘munging’ is a common term in the programmer’s world.

Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. I can’t believe that anyone’s really that interested in my opinions, but here goes: Data Munging with Perl by mda2 Hermit on Apr 27, at