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In this course, students will learn the Perl syntax, the basics of using regular expression, how to use Perl data types, and how to access and manipulate files. (see full course description)

 

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Description
Perl Fundamentals is a course that teaches students how to fully utilize the Perl programming language. Students learn the Perl syntax, the basics of using regular expression, how to use Perl data types, and how to access and manipulate files. Students are also introduced to database connectivity and debugging techniques.

Audience
·  Webmasters
·  Software Developers
·  Application Programmers
·  Client/Server Developers

Objectives
·  Create Perl applications
·  Describe the basic functions and statements in Perl
·  Learn how to use Regular Expressions
·  Discover how to write data to text files and databases

Benefits
·  Prepare for one of the many CIW Certified exams.
·  Provide a realistic career path.
·  Increase earnings potential.

Required Prerequisites
 ·  JavaScript Fundamentals

Exams
 ·  1D0-437 : CIW Perl Fundamentals

Next Steps
 ·  Fundamentals of CGI Programming using Perl
 ·  Dynamic Server Pages

Outline
    1. Introduction to Perl
      1. Practical Extracting and Reporting
      2. Language (Perl)
      3. Getting Started with Perl
      4. Scalar Variables
      5. Numerical Variables
      6. String Variables
      7. Retrieving Data from STDIN
    2. Flow Control in Perl
      1. Boolean Expressions in Perl
      2. The if statement
      3. The for, while, and do {} while Loop Statements
      4. Loop-Control Commands
      5. I/O Redirection
    3. Regular Expressions in Perl
      1. Introduction to Regular Expressions
      2. Character Classes
      3. Pattern Matching and Substitution
    4. Arrays in Perl
      1. Introduction to Perl Arrays
      2. Accessing Array Elements
      3. The sort Function
      4. The foreach Statement
      5. The push, pop, shift and unshift Functions
      6. The split and join Functions
    5. Hashes in Perl
      1. Introduction to Perl Hashes
      2. Adding and Deleting Hash Elements
      3. The keys, values, each, and reverse Functions
    6. Subroutines in Perl
      1. Introduction to Perl Subroutines
      2. Variable Scope
      3. References
    7. File Input and Output in Perl
      1. Introduction to Perl File Input and Output
      2. What is a Filehandle?
      3. The open Function
      4. Outputting Data to a File
      5. Opening Files for Reading
      6. Determining Information About Files
      7. The stat and lstat Functions
    8. Environmental Variables and Command Line Arguments
      1. Environment Variables
      2. Command Lines Arguments
    9. Packages and Modules in Perl
      1. Using Packages in Perl
      2. BEGIN and END Blocks
      3. Using Modules in Perl
      4. The use and require Statements
    10. Object-Oriented Perl
      1. Introduction to Object-Oriented Perl
      2. Creating Objects in Perl
      3. Inheritance
    11. Database Connectivity in Perl
      1. Introduction to Database Connectivity
      2. Database Programming with Perl
      3. Interacting with Databases
      4. Connecting to Databases
      5. Structured Query Language (SQL)
      6. Quoting Operations
    12. Debugging Perl Programs
      1. Introduction to Debugging Perl Scripts
      2. Using the print Command
      3. Using the -w Switch
      4. Using the strict Module
      5. The Perl Debugger
      6. Writing Bug-free Perl Code

    Seminar Summary:

    In this course, students will learn the Perl syntax, the basics of using regular expression, how to use Perl data types, and how to access and manipulate files. (see full course description)

     

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