Perl Online Training by Anuzata Nayak


PERL is conceived solely by Advanced Concepts with Basics. This course teaches both the programming interface and the techniques which can be used in writing PERL (Practical Extraction and Report Language) procedures.

It has a very simple syntax of Object-oriented programming. It can be easily extended, since it supports 25,000 open source modules. It supports Unicode. It includes powerful text processing tools to make it compliant with markup languages such as HTML, XML, etc.

Perl was originally designed for text manipulation and is now used for a broad variety of tasks including system management, web creation, network programming, GUI creation and more.

Today Perl is still used relatively commonly. The primary reason for this is that once software has been published it does not need to be re-written to satisfy the language evangelism of someone. Some Perl is very bad-in the same way that the main perl bleeding edge was created by Larry Wall for many years.

Training Outcome
  • Course Complete Certificate

  • Any Bachelor's Degree


  • 37 Lessons
  • 35:00:00 Hours
  • History, Usage, Installation on Perl, Perl Resources01:00:00
  • Scalar00:30:00
  • List00:30:00
  • Arrays01:00:00
  • Hashes01:00:00
  • Scalar Operators01:00:00
  • Array Operations01:00:00
  • Hash Operators01:00:00
  • Hash Operators01:00:00
  • If Else, Else If, For, While01:00:00
  • Unless Until, Loop Controls01:00:00
  • (a) Defining a subroutine (b) Invoking subroutines (c) Return values (d) Arguments (e) Private Variables01:00:00
  • (a) Variable length parameter list (b) My variables (c) Use strict pragma (d) Return (e) Non scalar return values (f) Persistent private variables01:00:00
  • (a) Input from standard Input (b) Diamond Operator00:30:00
  • (a) Invocation Arguments (b) Standard Output (c)Print (d) File handles (e) Die (f) Say00:30:00
  • (a) What is Regex (b) Simple Patterns (c) Character Classes (d) Matching (e) Anchors01:00:00
  • (a) Binding Operator (b) Interpolating (c) Match Variables (d) General Quantifiers01:00:00
  • (a) Precedence (b) Substitutions (c) Split (d) Join01:00:00
  • (a) Matching in list (b) Non-greedy quantifiers01:00:00
  • (a) Matching Multi Line (b) Updating Files01:00:00
  • (a) Finding (b) Installing and using modules (c) Important modules01:00:00
  • (a) Creating (b) Reading (c) Writing files (d) File tests01:00:00
  • (a)Globbing (b) File manipulations (c) Directory operations (d) Permissions01:00:00
  • (a) System (b) Environment variables (c) Exec01:00:00
  • (a) Array References (b) Hash References01:00:00
  • (a) Subroutines references (b) File handle reference01:00:00
  • (a) Nested Data Structure (b) De-referencing01:00:00
  • Checking reference types01:00:00
  • (a) Do (b) Require (c) Eval (d) Creating and using packages01:00:00
  • (a) Oops concepts (b) Objects (c) Attributes01:00:00
  • (a) Methods (b) Classes (c) Implementing oops in Perl01:00:00
  • (a) Setting up CGI (b) CGI Scripts01:00:00
  • (a) CGI Environment (b) Get (c) Post01:00:00
  • Writing Interactive CGI Scripts01:00:00
  • DBM01:00:00
  • Accessing DBM Databases01:00:00
  • Working with Relational Databases01:00:00

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