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TTPS 4925 Perl Programming Essentials Perl Training


What TTPS 4925 Perl Programming Essentials Perl training is all about?

TTPS 4925 Perl Programming Essentials Perl Training focuses on the core Perl concepts and teaches professionals about the most effective techniques currently being used in the web development world. It is aimed at professionals to aid them in acquiring the best knowledge and skills needed to execute effective programming in Perl and handle related tasks in an organizational environment.

Our enterprise training program is ideal for organizations and companies. With this course, you will learn to prepare a functioning script that gets inputted from the keyboard, command line, or a file. You will also learn to utilize arrays to keep and process data from files. This technical course teaches you everything from creating formatted reports and using regular expressions to identify what is present in the standard library. It is a perfect training program for individuals interested in building an application to simplify and automate general tasks with Perl.

Schedule

Contact us to customize this class with your preferred dates, times and location. You can call us on 1-800-961-0337 or Chat with our representative.

What are the course objectives for TTPS 4925 Perl Programming Essentials Perl training?
  • Learn about fundamental features from other source of languages likewise sed, sh, awk and C Basics.
  • How to integrate interface DBI which supports the third-party databases covering MYSQL, Postgres and Oracle.
  • Functioning of Perl with XML, HTML and other mark-up languages.
  • Interfacing with external C++/C via SWIG or XS.
Who should attend TTPS 4925 Perl Programming Essentials Perl training?

This training is suitable for individuals who are working as an entry-level in Perl. However, the professionals who are seeking to begin their career with Perl can Sign up for this course. The training doesn’t directs to app development instead it develops for other tools that are utilized to solve problems in IT professionals.

What is the course outline for TTPS 4925 Perl Programming Essentials Perl training?
  • 1. A diagram of Perl
  • a). What is Perl?
  • b). Perl is arranged and translated
  • c). Perl Advantages and Disadvantages
  • d). Downloading and Installing Perl
  • e). Which variant of Perl
  • f). Getting Help
  • 2. Making and running Perl programs
  • a). Structure of a Perl program
  • b). Running a Perl content
  • c). Checking language structure and notices
  • d). Execution of contents under UNIX and Windows
  • 3. Essential Data and I/O
  • a). Numeric and Text literals
  • b). Math administrators and articulations
  • c). Scalar factors
  • d). Default esteems
  • e). Keeping in touch with standard yield
  • f). Order line contentions
  • g). Perusing from the standard information
  • 4. Rationale and Loops
  • a). About stream control
  • b). The if articulation and Boolean esteems
  • c). Utilizing unless and elsif
  • d). Articulation modifiers
  • e). caution() and pass on()
  • f). The contingent build
  • g). Utilizing while circle and its variations
  • h). Utilizing the for circle
  • i). Leaving from circles
  • 5. Records and Arrays
  • a). The rundown information sort
  • b). Getting to cluster components
  • c). Making clusters
  • d). Rundown introduction
  • e). Clusters and memory
  • f). Numbering components
  • g). Emphasizing through a cluster
  • h). Rundown assessment
  • i). Cuts and ranges
  • 6. Perusing and composing content records
  • a). Record I/O Overview
  • b). Opening a record
  • c). Perusing content records
  • d). Keeping in touch with a content document
  • e). Exhibits and document I/O
  • f). Utilizing the <> administrator
  • 7. Rundown capacities
  • a). Developing and contracting clusters
  • b). The split() work
  • c). Part on whitespace
  • d). Allocating to strict records
  • e). The join() work
  • f). The sort() work
  • g). Interchange sort keys
  • h). Switching an exhibit
  • 8. Designing yield
  • a). Utilizing sprintf() and printf()
  • b). Report designing review
  • c). Characterizing report designs
  • d). The compose() work
  • e). Progressed filehandle enchantment
  • 9. Hashes
  • a). Hash diagram
  • b). Making hashes
  • c). Hash qualities
  • d). Crossing a hash
  • e). Testing for presence of components
  • f). Erasing hash components
  • 10. References
  • a). What is a reference?
  • b). The two approaches to make references
  • c). References to existing information
  • d). References to mysterious information
  • e). Dereferencing scalar, cluster, and fiery debris references
  • f). Dereferencing components of clusters and hashes
  • g). Multidimensional clusters and other information structures
  • 11. Content and Regular Expressions
  • a). String length
  • b). The substr() work
  • c). The list() and rindex() capacities
  • d). String replication
  • e). Example coordinating and substitution
  • f). Customary articulations
  • 12. Crude document and information get to
  • a). Opening and shutting crude (parallel) records
  • b). Perusing crude information
  • c). Utilizing look for() and tell()
  • d). Composing crude information
  • e). Crude information control with pack()and unload()
  • 13. Subroutines and variable extension
  • a). Understanding bundles
  • b). Bundle and Lexical factors
  • c). Confining builtin factors
  • d). Proclaiming and calling subroutines
  • e). Calling subroutines
  • f). Passing parameters and returning esteems
  • 14. Working with the working framework
  • a). Deciding current OS
  • b). Condition factors
  • c). Running outside projects
  • d). Client ID
  • e). Catching signs
  • f). Document test administrators
  • g). Working with documents
  • h). Time of day
  • 15. Alternate routes and defaults
  • a). Understanding $_
  • b). move() with no cluster indicated
  • c). Content document preparing
  • d). Utilizing grep() and Using map()
  • e). Summon line alternatives forfile preparing
  • 16. Information wrangling
  • a). Citing in Perl
  • b). Assessing exhibits
  • c). Understanding qw( )
  • d). Getting more out of the <> administrator
  • e). Read scopes of lines
  • f). Utilizing m//g in scalar setting
  • g). The/o modifier
  • h). Working with inserted newlines
  • i). Making REs more clear
  • j). Perl information change
  • 17. Utilizing the Perl Library
  • a). The Perl library
  • b). Old-style library documents
  • c). Perl modules
  • d). Modules packaged with Perl
  • e). A choice of modules
  • f). Getting modules from ActiveState
  • g). Getting modules from CPAN
  • h). Utilizing Getopt::Long
  • 18. Some Useful Tools
  • a). Sending and accepting documents with Net::FTP
  • b). Utilizing File::Find to look for documents and indexes
  • c). Getting a Web page
  • d). Some great spots to discover contents
  • e). Perl man pages for more data
  • f). Compressing and unfastening records