e-Print Scripting Languages
A scripting language is a programming language that allows control of one or more software applications. "Scripts" are distinct from the core code of the application, which is usually written in a different language. Scripts are often interpreted from source code or bytecode, whereas the applications they control are traditionally compiled to native machine code.
Bash, Perl, and Unix Shell are all examples of scripting languages that are deployed in open-source environments. The courseware in this category includes courses covering the basics all the way up to object-oriented and CGI programming using Perl.
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Student Price: $200.00Perl has been described as C, awk, sed, and shell programming all wrapped into one language. In this intense, 5-day, hands-on programming course, you will learn how to take advantage of Perl's power through examples and extensive exercises. Arrays and hashes, I/O, regular expressions, subroutines, and complex data structures are covered in depth. The course also introduces object-oriented programming in Perl, as well as UNIX multi-tasking and Perl sockets programming. Learn More