MVP of all Perl books?

Discussion in 'Perl Misc' started by dave_nul@hotmail.com, Mar 4, 2006.

  1. Guest

    Most Perl programmers probably have a couple top books that they turn
    to more than any others. So what are yours, and why?

    Here's mine:
    * Perl CD Bookshelf - because it contains 6 books (so I guess I'm
    cheating :) on a CD (inc. Larry Wall's 'camel' book) that I can search
    thru, which saves time; there's also 1 paper book (Nutshell), but I
    never look at it; it's great having all that info on my hard drive
    * Pro Perl Debugging - because I live in the debugger, and now can use
    it more efficiently

    Anyway, those are my faves. How about you?

    -d
    , Mar 4, 2006
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