On Dec 14, 2007, at 1:12 AM, Chad Perrin wrote:
For the record . . . title changes for new editions like that annoy me.
It can make it pretty difficult at times trying to determine whether or
not I'm about to buy a duplicate. The switch from Learning Perl
References, and Modules to Intermediate Perl was another example of
sort of annoyance.
Perhaps you should look in /usr/local/lib/perl5/5.8.8/pod, which from
my experience, has been better than any book I've ever seen for perl.
Try running `perldoc perlintro` and `perldoc perllol`. With exceptions
such as "old standard" languages, most free documentation that comes
with the interpreter/compiler tends to be better than any book. A
print out of perl's documentation would be far more valuable than
almost any perl book on the market.
Although I haven't looked much into any FreeBSD book, I wouldn't be
surprised at all if FreeBSD's documentation combined with
freebsd-questions would outweigh it.
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