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Автор: Next от 20-05-2016, 10:09
Эта книга будет полезна администраторам с различным уровнем опыта - от обычных пользователей Linux до администраторов крупных систем. Автор рассматривает основные платформы, включая Unix, Windows NT/2000 и MacOS. При наличии некоторого опыта программирования на Perl вы узнаете, как при помощи этого языка повысить производительность во многих областях, включая: управление учетными записями пользователей; наблюдение за файловой системой и отслеживание процессов; работу с сетевыми службами имен NIS и DNS; администрирование баз данных при помощи DBI и ODBC; работу со службами каталогов LDAP и ADSI; обработку и анализ файлов журналов регистрации; поддержку защищенной сети; наблюдение за удаленными устройствами средствами SNMP. Автор - опытный системный администратор, работающий в многоплатформенном окружении, что предоставляет вам хорошую возможность поучиться на чужом опыте. Вы узнаете о возможных ловушках и способах их обойти при помощи Perl. Включенные в книгу примеры и сценарии можно
Автор: Next от 20-05-2016, 09:57
DBI является основным интерфейсом программирования баз данных на Perl. Любая программа, использующая DBI, может работать с любой базой данных или даже одновременно с несколькими базами данных различных фирм, такими как Oracle, Sybase, Ingres, Informix, MySQL, Access и другие. Данная книга будет полезна как новичкам, которые найдут в ней описание архитектуры DBI и подробные инструкции по написанию программ с помощью DBI, так и знатокам DBI, которым предназначено описание тонкостей использования DBI и специфических особенностей отдельных драйверов DBD. Издание содержит полный справочник по DBI. Книга написана с учетом того, что читатель имеет базовые навыки программирования на Perl и может писать простые сценарии.
Автор: Next от 20-05-2016, 09:54
Graphics programmers aren't the only ones who need to be proficient with graphics. Web and applications programmers know that a dull web page can be quickly transformed into one that's interesting and lively with the use of well-planned graphics. And fortunately, you don't need the skills of a fulltime graphics programmer to use graphics effectively. From access counters and log report graphs to scientific plots and on-the-fly animated GIFs, graphics scripting is within the grasp of most web programmers. Using open source software, like Perl, you have the power to dynamically generate graphics based on user input and activity, easily manipulate graphics content, and optimize graphics for compression and quality.Geared toward Perl users and webmasters, Perl Graphics Programming focuses on open-source scripting programs that manipulate graphics files for use on the Web. The book demystifies the manipulation of graphics formats for newcomers to the Web with a practical, resource-like
Автор: Next от 20-05-2016, 09:52
Over the years, Perl has grown from an elegant scripting tool into a mature and full-featured language for application development, boasting object-oriented programming, a flexible threading model, built-in support for Unicode, and a thriving community. Available on almost every platform, and offering a comprehensive library of modules, there is no task too big or small for Perl to tackle. Pro Perl helps you master the key features and complexities of this powerful language. Aimed at intermediate and advanced developers alike, the material assumes some general knowledge of programming concepts but not necessarily prior Perl experience. However, given the expansive coverage of core language topics, Pro Perl also serves as a valuable guide to seasoned Perl programmers seeking to push their proficiency to the next level. Introducing Perl Basic Concepts Scalars: Integers, Floating-Point Numbers, and Strings Operators Arrays, Hashes, References, and Typeglobs . Structure, Flow, and Control
Автор: Next от 20-05-2016, 09:48
The network is everywhere. At the office, machines are wired together into local area networks, and the local networks are interconnected via the Internet. At home, personal computers are intermittently connected to the Internet or, increasingly, via "always-on" cable and DSL modems. New wireless technologies, such as Bluetooth, promise to vastly expand the network realm, embracing everything from cell phones to kitchen appliances. Such an environment creates tremendous opportunities for innovation. Whole new classes of applications are now predicated on the availability of high-bandwidth, always-on connectivity. Interactive games allow players from around the globe to compete on virtual playing fields and the instant messaging protocols let them broadcast news of their triumphs to their friends. New peer-to-peer systems, such as Napster and Gnutella, allow people to directly exchange MP3 audio files and other types of digital content. The SETI@Home project takes advantage of idle
Автор: Next от 20-05-2016, 09:44
Most Perl programmers have been frustrated at one time or another because the system just wouldn't do what they wanted it to do. There was that one simple and obvious utility that was missing that would make life so much easier: A tool to get a stock quote, show off a photograph collection, or even display a collection of favorite comics. Wicked Cool Perl Scripts is about writing those utilities quickly and easily. A collection of handy utilities that solves difficult problems, Wicked Cool Perl Scripts is a great resource for the savvy Perl programmer.
Автор: Next от 20-05-2016, 09:42
The areas of natural language processing and computational linguistics have continued to grow in recent years, driven by the demand to automatically process text and spoken data. With the processing power and techniques now available, research is scaling up from lab prototypes to real-world, proven applications. This book teaches the principles of natural language processing, first covering practical linguistics issues such as encoding and annotation schemes, defining words, tokens and parts of speech, and morphology, as well as key concepts in machine learning, such as entropy, regression, and classification, which are used throughout the book. It then details the language-processing functions involved, including part-of-speech tagging using rules and stochastic techniques, using Prolog to write phase-structure grammars, syntactic formalisms and parsing techniques, semantics, predicate logic, and lexical semantics, and analysis of discourse and applications in dialogue systems. A key
Автор: Next от 20-05-2016, 09:40
Bioinformatics, Biocomputing and Perl presents a modern introduction to bioinformatics computing skills and practice. Structuring its presentation around four main areas of study, this book covers the skills vital to the day-to-day activities of today’s bioinformatician. Each chapter contains a series of maxims designed to highlight key points and there are exercises to supplement and cement the introduced material. Working with Perl presents an extended tutorial introduction to programming through Perl, the premier programming technology of the bioinformatics community. Even though no previous programming experience is assumed, completing the tutorial equips the reader with the ability to produce powerful custom programs with ease. Working with Data applies the programming skills acquired to processing a variety of bioinformatics data. In addition to advice on working with important data stores such as the Protein DataBank, SWISS-PROT, EMBL and the GenBank, considerable discussion is
Автор: Next от 20-05-2016, 09:12
Perl and Apache have been providing Common Gateway Interface (CGI) access to Web sites for 20 years and are constantly evolving to support the ever-changing demands of Internet users. With this book, you will heighten your knowledge and see how to use Perl and Apache to develop dynamic Web sites. Beginning with a clear, step-by-step explanation of how to install Perl and Apache on both Windows and Linux servers, you then move on to configuring each to securely provide CGI Services. CGI developer and author Adam McDaniel shows techniques for effectively developing and maintaining dynamic sites and he shares real-world examples describing MySQL database access, PayPal credit-card transactions, and sample Facebook and Twitter interfaces. Apache and Perl have been providing Common Gateway Interface (CGI) access to Internet Web sites for more than two decades, and both products are constantly evolving to support today's user requirements. Shows how to install Perl and Apache on Windows and
Автор: Next от 20-05-2016, 09:02
The idea of this bood is to provide a reference guide to everything you could possibly want to know about Perl. I've done my best to try and cover all the different aspects, from the core of the language to the different functions, and on into the different tasks and areas of the Perl language. I even cover how to debug your software, write documentation, and then build and distribute your applications or modules to the world at large. Along the way, we also look at some nonstandard features and extensions, including better ways of networking, web programming, and designing interfaces.
Автор: Next от 20-05-2016, 08:59
I use this book all the time, as I did the previous edition. It's the book I turn to for all my Perl questions. Full disclosure: I know the author, but I'm no Perl expert. I qualify as a beginner (esp. since every time I use Perl, it's six months since the last time, and I have to start over). I emailed him to ask about the Perl 5.10 on the cover and apparently that was something the publisher did without checking with him. He didn't know about it until the book was out and it was too late to do anything about it.
Автор: Next от 20-05-2016, 08:57
The book has an introductory chapter that gets the reader started quickly with programming in Perl. The initial part of the book discusses Perl expressions, statements, control flow, built-in data types such as arrays and hashes, and complex data structures built using references. On Perl has several chapters covering specialized topics. The chapter on socket-based network programming deals with forking and using fork to write complex interactive client-server programs. There is a chapter with in-depth discussion of CGI programming including error-handling and security issues that arise. The chapter on web-client programming deals with writing programs that access Web pages, fill up GET and POST forms, handle cookies and redirected Web pages. The book has several unique chapters not found in any other book on Perl in the market. The chapter on security discusses hashes such as MD5, message authentication codes (MACs), digital signature schemes, and encryption techniques such as DES,
Автор: Next от 20-05-2016, 08:55
Working on the assumption that the reader has no formal training in programming, Perl Programming for Biologists demonstrates how Perl is used to solve biological problems. Each chapter opens with a set of learning objectives, provides numerous review questions and self-study exercises, and concludes with a bulleted summary of key points. The author incorporates numerous real-life examples throughout the text. Upon completing the book, readers are able to quickly perform such tasks as correcting recurring errors in spreadsheets, scanning a Fasta sequence for every occurrence of an EcoRI site, adapting other writers' scripts to one's own purposes, and most important, writing reusableand maintainable scripts that spare the rote repetition of code.
Автор: Next от 20-05-2016, 08:53
Covers Perl syntax and programming thoroughly from the essentials up through the issues of security, creating Perl packages, and topics like dynamic multiple class inheritance. Includes step-by-step solutions on object-oriented programming in Perl. Covers how to handle syntax, math, files, modules, CGI, and OLE for Perl programming. About The Author Steven Holzner got involved with Perl long before he ever thought about writing books about it because he found it so much fun to program with. Steve's been programming on the Internet before it was even called the Internet, and he finds Perl the ideal CGI tool. Steve has written on many programming topics (he's at work now on his 48th book), and has been a contributing editor at PC Magazine. Besides writing, he has a Ph.D. in physics from Cornell University, where he was on the faculty for ten years. He's also been on the faculty at MIT, where he got his undergraduate degree. These days, Steve and Nancy divide their time between
Автор: Next от 20-05-2016, 08:51
Modern Perl now handles Unicode and recognizes that the world is more than just ASCII. You need to get over that hump, too, so we’ve added an entire chapter on it. Perl might be one of the most-tested code bases, a trend started by Michael Schwern several years ago and now part of almost every module distribution. Gone are the days when Perlers celebrated the Wild West days of code slinging. Now you can have rapid prototyping and good testing at the same time. If you’re working in the enterprise arena, you’ll want to read our advice on testing. If you’re a regular-expression fiend, you’ll want to use all of the new regex features that the latest versions of Perl provide. We’ll introduce you to the popular ones.
Автор: Next от 20-05-2016, 08:50
To solve performance problems in modern computing infrastructures, often comprising thousands of servers running hundreds of applications, spanning multiple tiers, you need tools that go beyond mere reporting. You need tools that enable performance analysis of application workflow across the entire enterprise. That's what PDQ (Pretty Damn Quick) provides. PDQ is an open-source performance analyzer based on the paradigm of queues. Queues are ubiquitous in every computing environment as buffers, and since any application architecture can be represented as a circuit of queueing delays, PDQ is a natural fit for analyzing system performance. Building on the success of the first edition, this considerably expanded second edition now comprises four parts. Part I contains the foundational concepts, as well as a new first chapter that explains the central role of queues in successful performance analysis. Part II provides the basics of queueing theory in a highly intelligible style for the
Автор: Next от 20-05-2016, 08:47
Perl is something of a weekend warrior. Outside of business hours you’ll find it indulging in all kinds of extreme sports: writing haiku; driving GUIs; reviving Lisp, Prolog, Forth, Latin, and other dead languages; playing psychologist; shovelling MUDs; inflecting English; controlling neural nets; bringing you the weather; playing with Lego; even running quantum computations. But that’s not its day job. Nine-to-five it earns its keep far more prosaically: storing information in databases, extracting it from files, reorganizing rows and columns, converting to and from bizarre formats, summarizing documents, tracking data in real time, creating statistics, doing back-up and recovery, merging and splitting data streams, logging and checkpointing computations. In other words, munging data. It’s a dirty job, but someone has to do it. If that someone is you, you’re definitely holding the right book. In the following pages, Dave will show you dozens of useful ways to get those everyday data
Автор: Next от 20-05-2016, 08:44
Provides readers with the methods, algorithms, and means to perform text mining tasksThis book is devoted to the fundamentals of text mining using Perl, an open-source programming tool that is freely available via the Internet (www.perl.org). It covers mining ideas from several perspectives — statistics, data mining, linguistics, and information retrieval — and provides readers with the means to successfully complete text mining tasks on their own.The book begins with an introduction to regular expressions, a text pattern methodology, and quantitative text summaries, all of which are fundamental tools of analyzing text. Then, it builds upon this foundation to explore: Probability and texts, including the bag-of-words model Information retrieval techniques such as the TF-IDF similarity measure Concordance lines and corpus linguistics Multivariate techniques such as correlation, principal components analysis, and clustering Perl modules, German, and permutation tests Each chapter is
Автор: Next от 20-05-2016, 08:29
Programming the Perl DBI is coauthored by Alligator Descartes, one of the most active members of the DBI community, and by Tim Bunce, the inventor of DBI. For the uninitiated, the book explains the architecture of DBI and shows you how to write DBI-based programs. For the experienced DBI dabbler, this book reveals DBI's nuances and the peculiarities of each individual DBD. The book includes: An introduction to DBI and its design How to construct queries and bind parameters Working with database, driver, and statement handles Debugging techniques Coverage of each existing DBD A complete reference to DBI This is the definitive book for database programming in Perl.
Автор: Next от 20-05-2016, 08:23
Many web applications are implemented in a way that makes developing them difficult and repetitive. Catalyst is an open source Perl-based Model-View-Controller framework that aims to solve this problem by reorganizing your web application to design and implement it in a natural, maintainable, and testable manner, making web development fun, fast, and rewarding. This book teaches you how to use Catalyst to weave the various components involved in a web application, using methods and tools you personally prefer along with recommendations and details on the most popularly used objects like the DBIX ORM, TT2 Template, and Moose. This book will take you from how the MVC pattern simplifies creating quality applications to how Catalyst allows you to tap this power instantly. It explains advanced design patterns and concludes with the improvements that Moose brings to all this. It also incorporates valuable suggestions and feedback received from the community members and our customers. By
Автор: Next от 3-10-2015, 18:56
As a long time Perl and Python programmer, I'm constantly finding myself using Perl constructs in Python or Python constructs in Perl. Worse, I can suddenly find myself trying to use a feature or system in a Python program that just doesn't exist, or does and works differently. What I needed was some sort of cross reference.
Автор: Next от 3-10-2015, 18:52
Learning Perl is the quintessential tutorial for the Perl programming language. The third edition has not only been updated to Perl Version 5.6, but has also been rewritten from the ground up to reflect the needs of programmers learning Perl today. Other books may teach you to program in Perl, but this book will turn you into a Perl programmer.
Автор: Next от 3-10-2015, 18:45
In this smooth, carefully paced course, a leading Perl trainer teaches you to program in the language that threatens to make C, sed, awk, and the Unix shell obsolete for many tasks. This book is the "official" guide for both formal (classroom) and informal learning. It is fully accessible to the novice programmer. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Автор: Next от 3-10-2015, 18:31
This guide will teach you the fundamentals of penetration testing with Perl, providing an understanding of the mindset of a hacker. In the first few chapters, you will study how to utilize Perl with Linux and the regular expression syntax. After that, you will learn how to use Perl for WAN target analysis, and Internet and external footprinting. You will learn to use Perl for automated web application and site penetration testing. We also cover intelligence gathering techniques from data obtained from footprinting and simple file forensics with file metadata.
Автор: Next от 3-10-2015, 18:18
The only book that focuses on the usage of XML with the most popular scripting languages, including Perl, Python, PHP, Ruby, Rebol, TCL, and Mac OS X's AppleScript. Complete coverage of the core XML processing issues, including the basics of parsing XML documents, converting XML to and from different formats and translating objects for use with databases. This book goes beyond the basics into advanced topics, such as using the SAX API for Perl, and using SOAP and XML-RPC to share XML formatted information over a network connection.
Автор: Next от 3-10-2015, 18:15
A reference and introduction to graphics programming with Perl and Perl modules that includes simple graphics recipes and techniques for designing flexible graphics software. About the Author Verbruggen is senior programmer and project leader for Commercial Dynamics. He wrote GIFraph and its progenitor GD:Graph to be able to display graphs without external programs.
Автор: Next от 3-10-2015, 18:06
Известный как "книга с ламой", этот учебник, впервые изданный в 1993 году, выходит уже пятым изданием, в котором описываются последние изменения в языке вплоть до версии Perl 5.10. В пятое издание вошли такие темы, как типы данных и переменные Perl, пользовательские функции, операции с файлами, регулярные выражения, операции со строками, списки и сортировка, управление процессами, умные сравнения, модули сторонних разработчиков и другие.
Автор: Next от 3-10-2015, 18:00
В книге "Разработка CGI-приложений на Perl" рассматриваются основные аспекты использования Perl для решения задач в современных сетевых приложениях. Многочисленные примеры и упражнения делают эту книгу не просто удобным источником информации, но и позволяют практическими приемами и методами достаточными для создания любых CGI-приложений для Web на языке Perl. Главным предметом в книге являются вопросы разработки Web-приложений, таким как работа с базами данных, обработка форм и файлов, безопасность, электронная почта и работа с графикой.
Автор: Next от 3-10-2015, 17:55
Эта книга - отличное начало для тех, кто хочет научиться писать CGI-программы, обеспечивающие вывод динамически изменяемых данных на веб-сайте, и уже немного знаком с языком Perl, пользующимся большой популярностью среди веб-разработчиков. Данное издание, в основу которого положен бестселлер CGI программирование в WWW, полностью переписано, с целью познакомить читателей с современными технологиями, доступными благодаря модулю CGI.pm и последним версиям языка Perl.
Автор: Next от 3-10-2015, 17:48
"Perl Best Practices" offers a collection of 256 guidelines on the art of coding to help you write better Perl code - in fact, the best Perl code you possibly can. The guidelines cover code layout, naming conventions, choice of data and control structures, program decomposition, interface design and implementation, modularity, object orientation, error handling, testing, and debugging.

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