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TTEP100 Introduction to Perl Scripting Introduction Course Overview

TTEP100 Introduction to Perl Scripting Introduction In this course, you will figure out how to take care of regular issues with the Perl programming dialect. Designed for people new to Perl, TTEP100 Introduction to Perl Scripting Introduction class was created for individuals who are new to the Perl programming dialect and need a device to help them in tackling regulatory sort assignments and impromptu demands/inquiries. You will quickly have the capacity to utilize Perl to finish fundamental undertakings in this present reality.


TTEP100 Introduction to Perl Scripting Introduction Course Outline

1. Dialect Overview 

  • Perl Overview 
  • The Perl Interpreter 
  • Running a Perl Application 
  • The Perl Help System 
  • Our First Perl Statement 

2. Dialect Basics 

  • Dialect Basics 
  • Fundamental Language Rules 
  • Remarks 
  • Scalar Variables 
  • Printing Scalar Variables 
  • Citing Scalar Variables 
  • as a Scalar 
  • Tidying up after Scalars 
  • "Uncommon" Scalars 
  • Safe Coding with Scalars 
  • Scalar Operators 

3. Exhibits and List Data 

  • Exhibits and List Data 
  • What is a List? 
  • Speaking to a List 
  • Rundown Variables 
  • Task 
  • Recovering List Values 
  • Rundown Slices 
  • Uncommon List Variables 
  • as a List 
  • Worked In List Functions 
  • The switch Function 
  • The sort Function 
  • The push and pop Functions 
  • The move and unshift Functions 

4. Control Structures and Looping 

  • Control Structures and Looping 
  • Proclamation Blocks 
  • The if Statement 
  • The Truth in Perl 
  • The unless Statement 
  • The if/unless modifiers 
  • The while Statement 
  • The until Statement 
  • The do {} while/until Construct 
  • The for Statement 
  • The foreach Statement 
  • Altering Looping Behavior 
  • The last Statement 
  • The following Statement 
  • The re-try Statement 

5. Hash Data 

  • Hash Data 
  • What is a Hash? 
  • Hash Variables 
  • Worked in Hash Variables 
  • Worked in Hash Functions 
  • The keys Function 
  • The qualities Function 
  • The each Function 
  • The characterized Function 
  • The exists Function 
  • The erase Function 

6. Information/Output 

  • Information/Output 
  • More on STDOUT 
  • Organized Output Using printf 
  • Organization Control Strings 
  • Here Documents 
  • Utilizing the <> (Diamond) Operator 
  • Making Data Streams


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