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But today I got an interesting letter from the publishers, telling me that they have taken the book out of print. Also published on Medium. I’d love to get my hands on a copy. If you are not a Perl programmer, this book may just convince you to add Perl to your repertoire. Techniques for data recognition, parsing, transformation and filtering Review Synopsis: If that someone is you, you’re definately holding the right book.

In my opinion terrible errors ocurred during translation partial code, partial dith I also bought this book and read it several time. I didn’t know that the Brazilian edition had been published. Leave a Reply Cancel reply. Data Munging with Perl book shows you how to process data productively with Perl. The publisher mentions your association with Perlmonthwhy no mention of PerlMonks?


More importantly the subject is what I do everyday; sometimes it’s fun, I suspect there is potential for it to be more fun. If you like books and love to build cool products, we may be looking for you.

Data Munging with Perl

No trivia or quizzes yet. I’m currently reading this book, with a great degree of interest. Thanks for telling us about the problem.

I’ve been writing Perl hacking at it really for about six months now, and this is just the sort of stuff that I need to improve dats skills. I just started learning Perl and I like it very much and also it really encourage newbies seeing such a great community helping others. Jun 09, Marc Perry rated it it was amazing. Jonathan Brier rated it really liked it May 27, Ben Ostrowsky rated it really liked it Sep 16, To ask other readers questions about Data Munging with Perl mugning, please sign up.

I thought that some of it was still pretty good. Due to the self-taught nature of my Perl skills, I am ddata alert for rudiments I overlooked. Books by David Cross.

Parser several others informative – topics range from simple pattern-matching to the powerful Parse:: I bought it many years ago, and still use it. Morbus Iff rated it really liked it Jan 31, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

Many years ago, I wrote a book called Data Munging with Perl. Chris Georgen rated it really liked it May 23, About the Technology Your desktop dictionary may not include it, but ‘munging’ is a common term in the programmer’s world.


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It will teach you systematic and powerful techniques using Perl. Lerl bits where I talk about particular CPAN modules are all a bit embarrassing as Perl fashions change and newer, better modules are released. Data Munging with Perl by mda2 Hermit on Apr 27, at To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. May 23, Max Lybbert rated it really liked it. Data Munging with Perl by mda2 Hermit on Jun 30, at I’m read this great book atbut one Brazilian Portuguese Translated Data Munging with Perl by davorg Chancellor on Jun 30, at Dreams of writing a book that normal people will read.

For any real programmers reading this review, I’ll quote the forward by Damian Conway: It discusses general munging techniques and how to think about data munging problems.

My route through the book is the introduction, appendix B, and then sequentially through the chapters. Trivia About Data Munging with A few people bought copies. Thanks for the link.