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    00: Course Introduction 5
    01: Loop and Flow Modifiers 33
    02: File Handles 37
    03: File Tests 38
    04: Formatted Output 39
    05: Accessing Directories 33
    06: File and Directory Access 37
    07: Managing Operating System Processes 33
    08: String Manipulation and Sorting Part 1 31
    09: String Manipulation and Sorting Part 2 29
    10: Hash Files and Text Management 28
    11: Advanced Topics Overview 35
    12: Course Summary & Evaluation 4
    Course Survey
    Total: 6 hours 22 minutes

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    Description

    Introduction to Perl Part 2 online training course covers file handles and file tests, formatted output, accessing directories, file and directory manipulation, managing OS processes, string manipulation and sorting, hash files and text management, and some advanced topics.

    In order to take this course you need to have taken Introduction to Perl Part 1 and have previous programming language experience.

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    Objectives

    As a result of taking this Perl training course, you will be able to:

    • Use loop and flow modifiers
    • Access files with file handles
    • Use file tests
    • Create formatted output
    • Access directory information
    • Manage operating system processes within Perl
    • Manipulate strings
    • Sort numerically
    • Create hash files
    • Discuss built-in Perl functions, references, closures and one-liners

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    Introduction to Perl Part 2 Outline

    Module 00: Introduction to Perl Part 2 Online Training - Course Introduction

    Module 01: Loop and Flow Modifiers
    •    Introduction
    •    Last/next/redo operators
    •    Naked block
    •    Labeled block
    •    Goto
    •    Expression modifiers
    •    &&, || and ?: as control structures
    •    Loop and Flow Modifiers Lab

    Module 02: File Handles
    •    Filehandle - what is it?
    •    Opening / closing a filehandle
    •    Using filehandles

    Module 03: File Tests
    •    ARGV array
    •    File tests
    •    Stat and lstat operators
    •    File Tests Lab

    Module 04: Formatted Output
    •    Defining a format
    •    Invoking a format
    •    More about fieldholders
    •    More about formats
    •    Formatted Output Lab

    Module 05: Accessing Directories
    •    Moving around the directory tree
    •    Globbing
    •    Directory handles
    •    Accessing Directories Lab

    Module 06: File and Directory Access
    •    Working with files
    •    Command-line arguments
    •    File and Directory Access Lab

    Module 07: Managing Operating System Processes
    •    The system function
    •    The environment
    •    Backquotes
    •    Processes as filehandles
    •    Sending a file to the printer
    •    Using the fork and exec functions
    •    Managing Operating System Processes Lab

    Module 08: String Manipulation and Sorting Part 1
    •    Working with substrings
    •    String manipulation with splice
    •    Formatting data with sprintf

    Module 09: String Manipulation and Sorting Part 2
    •    Advanced sorting
    •    Transliteration
    •    String Manipulation and Sorting Lab

    Module 10: Hash Files and Text Management
    •    DBM databases and DBM arrays
    •    Fixed length random access databases
    •    Variable length (text) databases
    •    Hash Files and Text Management Lab

    Module 11: Advanced Topics Overview
    •    Introduction
    •    Map
    •    Grep
    •    Advanced Topics Overview Lab

    Module 12: References
    •    References
    •    Hashes of hashes

    Module 13: Introduction to Perl Part 2 Online Training - Course Summary

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    • Windows, Mac OS X, Unix/Linux
    • 100 GB free hard disk space before installation
    • Internet access is only required if you need to install Perl

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    • Perl 5.14.1

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