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 perlrequick(1) -- Perl regular expressions quick start
    This page covers the very basics of understanding, creating and using regular expressions ('regexes') in Perl.
 perlreref(1) -- Perl Regular Expressions Reference
    This is a quick reference to Perl's regular expressions. For full information see perlre and perlop, as well as the "SEE ALSO" section in this document. OPERATORS    [Toc]    [Back] =~ determines t...
 perlretut(1) -- Perl regular expressions tutorial
    This page provides a basic tutorial on understanding, creating and using regular expressions in Perl. It serves as a complement to the reference page on regular expressions perlre. Regular expressions...
 perlrun(1) -- how to execute the Perl interpreter
    The normal way to run a Perl program is by making it directly executable, or else by passing the name of the source file as an argument on the command line. (An interactive Perl environment is also po...
 perlsec(1) -- Perl security
    Perl is designed to make it easy to program securely even when running with extra privileges, like setuid or setgid programs. Unlike most command line shells, which are based on multiple substitution ...
 perlstyle(1) -- Perl style guide
    Each programmer will, of course, have his or her own preferences in regards to formatting, but there are some general guidelines that will make your programs easier to read, understand, and maintain. ...
 perlsub(1) -- Perl subroutines
    Like many languages, Perl provides for user-defined subroutines. These may be located anywhere in the main program, loaded in from other files via the "do", "require", or "use" keywords, or gene...
 perlsyn(1) -- Perl syntax
    A Perl program consists of a sequence of declarations and statements which run from the top to the bottom. Loops, subroutines and other control structures allow you to jump around within the code. Per...
 perlthrtut(1) -- tutorial on threads in Perl
    NOTE: this tutorial describes the new Perl threading flavour introduced in Perl 5.6.0 called interpreter threads, or ithreads for short. In this model each thread runs in its own Perl interpreter, and...
 perltie(1) -- how to hide an object class in a simple variable
    Prior to release 5.0 of Perl, a programmer could use dbmopen() to connect an on-disk database in the standard Unix dbm(3x) format magically to a %HASH in their program. However, their Perl was either ...
 perltoc(1) -- perl documentation table of contents
    This page provides a brief table of contents for the rest of the Perl documentation set. It is meant to be scanned quickly or grepped through to locate the proper section you're looking for.
 perltodo(1) -- Perl TO-DO List
    This is a list of wishes for Perl. Send updates to perl5-porters@perl.org. If you want to work on any of these projects, be sure to check the perl5-porters archives for past ideas, flames, and propaga...
 perltooc(1) -- Tom's OO Tutorial for Class Data in Perl
    When designing an object class, you are sometimes faced with the situation of wanting common state shared by all objects of that class. Such class attributes act somewhat like global variables for the...
 perltoot(1) -- Tom's object-oriented tutorial for perl
    Object-oriented programming is a big seller these days. Some managers would rather have objects than sliced bread. Why is that? What's so special about an object? Just what is an object anyway? An ob...
 perltrap(1) -- Perl traps for the unwary
    The biggest trap of all is forgetting to "use warnings" or use the -w switch; see perllexwarn and perlrun. The second biggest trap is not making your entire program runnable under "use strict". Th...
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