On 05/01/16 17:07, Yonghua Peng wrote:
I have learned perl from the book "learning perl", learned python from
the book "learning python". both them are excellent. So I think there
should be a similar book existing for this purpose. Thanks.
we are in on the ground floor with Perl6, the books have yet to be
written, it will be early adopters like us that write them, who knows
could be you :D
On 2016/1/5 星期二 12:38, Jonathan Scott Duff wrote:
If, by "regular book", you mean "bound paper sheafs with ink on them",
then the answer is currently "no". Is there something wrong with the
documentation online? (besides there not being enough of it :)
On Mon, Jan 4, 2016 at 9:55 PM, Yonghua Peng <p...@cloud-china.org
Is there a regular book, rather than the documentation online, for
.~. In my life God comes first....
/V\ but Linux is pretty high after that :-D
/( )\ Francis (Grizzly) Smit
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