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Reference

Books

'Programming Perl'(also known as the Camel Book) by Larry Wall is the standard book on Perl. If you consider serious Perl programming, this is a must. This is about Perl rather than about Perl/Tk.

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'Learning Perl' by Randal L Schwartz is a very good book to get you started. It is much easier to read than the camel book.

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'Perl Cookbook' by Tom Christiansen is a very good book to look for quick solutions. If you have an idea of Perl, this is the book to buy, for very well explained real life examples. This book illustrates the Perl motto There Is More Than One Way To Do It to the core!

Manual

Make yourself familiar with the manual that comes with Perl. To know more about any commands, say print, just type perldoc -f print in the command prompt. This works on both Unix and windows machines. Other that that, Perl ships with tons of HTML tutorials that teaches everything in perl.

External Sites

Perl's Usenet group at comp.lang.perl.tk is of great help to any Perl Tk programmer.

http://www.perl.org/ has been for ages the primary resource site for many perl developers.

http://learn.perl.org/ is a site that has resources for both beginners and advanced perl programmers.

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