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Perl | Part 5

Perl | Part 5

Optimize Perl may require an intimate knowledge of their operation rather than the skill with language and syntax, meaning that the problem is with the implementation of Perl rather than the language itself. Perl 6, the next version, it will take some of these ideas and lessons that have learned other languages.

Perl | Part 4

Perl | Part 4

Perl is free software and is licensed under the Artistic License and the GNU General Public License. Distributions are available for most operating systems. Is particularly prevalent on Unix and similar systems

Perl | Part 3

Perl | Part 3

Perl has many and varied applications, thanks to the availability of many standard modules and third parties. It has been used since the early days of the Web to write scripts (scripts) CGI. It is one of the “three Ps” (Perl, Python and PHP), which are the most popular languages for creating Web applications

Perl | Part 2

Perl | Part 2

Perl is usually symbolized by a dromedary (Arabian camel) was the image chosen by the publisher O’Reilly for the cover of Programming Perl, which therefore acquired the name of the “Camel Book.

Perl | Part 1

Perl | Part 1

Perl is a programming language designed by Larry Wall in 1987. Perl borrows features from C language, language, shell scripting (sh), awk, sed, Lisp, and, to a lesser extent, many other programming languages.

For CGI/PERL Script Issues

For CGI/PERL Script Issues

1. Upload all CGI/Perl files in the cgi-bin directory, which is in the public_html directory. 2. Check Permissions for cgi-bin directory. (It should be 755) 3. Check Permissions for all the cgi/perl files. (It should be 755) 4. Make sure that files are uploaded in ASCII format. If uploaded through File Manager then there is …