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Code: PRG600
Duration in days: 3
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€ 1499

Course Perl Programming

31-07 till 02-08-2019
25-09 till 27-09-2019
27-11 till 29-11-2019
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Audience Perl Programming Course

Course Perl ProgrammingThe course Perl Programming is intended for System administrators, Web masters and developers who want to learn to program in Perl or who want to understand Perl code.

Prerequisites Course Perl Programming

Knowledge and experience with programming is not strictly required to participate in this course but is beneficial to a proper understanding.

Realization Training Perl Programming

The theory is treated on the basis of presentation slides and is interspersed with exercises. Illustrative demo programs further clarify the concepts covered. The course contents covers the topics of the CIW Perl exam (1D0-437). The course material is in English.

Certificate Perl Programming

Participants receive an official Perl Programming certificate after successful completion of the course.

Contents Course Perl Programming

In the course Perl Programming the principles of the Perl programming language are discussed. After an introduction on the characteristics of Perl, Perl modules and the typical usages of Perl, it is shown how a typical Perl script is executed. Subsequently, attention is paid to the syntax and use of scalar types, variables, operators and control structures. The use of Perl data structures like arrays, lists and hashes is also discussed. Part of the course is also the interaction between scripts and input and output devices such as keyboard and console and also attention is paid to the dealing with files and directories. In this respect the diamond and chomp operator are discussed. Using subroutines in Perl is part of the subject matter as well. On the basis of a number of structured exercises, participants learn how regular expressions in Perl can be used to validate data and to search for specific string patterns. Finally, an introduction to object oriented programming in Perl is given and it is discussed how additional Perl modules can be installed and used. Several Perl modules can be used as examples such as modules for Graphical User Interfaces or database access. Interspersed in other subjects the debugging of Perl scripts with the Perl debugger is also treated.

Module 1 : Perl Introduction

Module 2 : Scalar Types and Variables

Module 3 : Control Flow

What is Perl?
Perl Characteristics
Hello World in Perl
Typical Perl Script
strict Pragma
Perl Modules
Installation
Perl IDE’s
Interactive Perl
Resources for Perl
Usages of Perl
Perl Script reading Input
Perl CGI Script
Scalar Variables
Numbers and Numeric Operators
Strings and String Literals
String Number Conversions
Scalar Variable Interpolation
Reading from STDIN
Comparison Operators
if and while control structures
Boolean Values
chomp Operator
undef Value and defined Function
Special Scalar Variables
References and dereferencing
Conditional Statements
if elsif and else
unless and unless else
Logical AND and OR
Conditional Expression Operator
given when
Loop Statements
while and do..while
until and do..until
for and foreach
Jump Statements
next and last
redo and goto

Module 4 : Lists and Arrays

Module 5 : Subroutines

Module 6 : Input and Output

What are Arrays and Lists?
Accessing Array Elements
Array Operations
Special Array Indices
qw Shortcut
List Assignment
pop, push, shift and unshift
sort and reverse
Interpolating Arrays into Strings
foreach Control Structure
Default Variable $_
Scalar and List Context
Multidimensional Arrays
Subroutines
Defining a Subroutine
Invoking a Subroutine
Return Values
Arguments
Private Variables
my Variables
Variable-Length Parameter Lists
return Operator
Non Scalar Return Values
State Variables
More on Parameter Passing
Another Subroutine Example
Reading from STDIN
Input from Diamond Operator
Invocation Arguments
Formatted Output
Arrays and printf
File Handles
Reading from a File
Changing Default File Handle
Reading Whole File
File Tests Operators
Manipulate Files/Directories
Listing Directories
Executing External Programs

Module 7 : Hashes

Module 8 : Regular Expressions

Module 9 : Perl Modules

What is a Hash?
Benefits of Hashes
Hash Element Access
Hash as a Whole
Hash Assignment
More Hash Syntax
Hash Element Interpolation
Hash Functions
More Hash Functions
The %ENV Hash
Counting with Hash
Merging Hashes
Simple Patterns
Meta Characters
Quantifiers and Character Classes
Regular Expression Delimiters
Subgrouping and Backreferences
Regular Expression Modifiers
split and join
Named Captures
Named Backreferences
Automatic Match Variables
Substitutions with s///
Binding Operator
What are Perl Modules?
Packages
my versus our Variables
Module Naming
Module Namespace
Creating and Using Modules
Modules in Subdirectories
Accessing Module Variables
Exporting from Modules
Importing Modules
Recommended CPAN Modules

Module 10 : Object Orientation

Object Oriented Programming
Object Oriented Programming in Perl
Classes and Objects
Example Class and Objects
Class Constructor
Properties or Fields
Methods and Accessors
Using Objects
Inheritance
Inheritance with @ISA Array
Overridden Methods

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