Getting started with the Perl language
Perl is an abbreviation for Practical Extraction and Report Language and translates as a "practical report extraction language."
Perl is an advanced, generic, translated, dynamic programming language.
Perl was originally designed by Larry Wall and published on December 18, 1987.
Perl borrows the features of C, sed, awk, shell scripts, and many other programming languages.
Perl's most important feature is perl's internal integration of regular expressions, as well as the huge third-party code base CCAN.
Who is fit to read this tutorial?
This tutorial is suitable for developers who want to learn the Perl programming language from scratch. Of course, this tutorial will also take a look at some modules to give you a better understanding of Perl's application.
You need to know before you take this tutorial
Before you move on to this tutorial, you should understand some basic computer programming terminology. If you've studied PHP, ASP, and other programming languages, it will help you understand Perl programming faster.
The first Perl program
For most programming languages, the first getting started programming code is "Hello World! " , the following code is to use Perl output "Hello World! "：
print "Hello, World!\n";
Run an instance . . .