Perl for Beginners: Learn A to Z of Perl Scripting Hands-on

Learn Perl from Industry Expert. Perl is the Swiss Army chainsaw of scripting languages due of its flexibility & power

3.90 (277 reviews)
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6 hours
Oct 2017
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What you will learn

Understand Variables, Strings and Variables

Implement Arrays

Define Hashes

Apply Conditions and Loops

Use Regular Expression

Implement Subroutines

Handle Files

Understand Reference

Handle Variable Scoping, and Import Modules


Welcome to Perl for Beginners: Learn A to Z of Perl Scripting Hands-on

Perl (Practical Extraction and Report Language) is a dynamic, high-level, scripting (interpreted) and a feature-rich programming language with over 29 years of development.

Perl is especially designed for text processing. 

 Perl is used for CGI scripting, network programming, finance, system administration , bioinformatics, GUIs and many other applications.

This hands-on Perl Training will give you a solid understanding and practical knowledge of Perl in order to be able to build any project.

This Course is delivered by an expert trainer with 10 years of Perl Scripting Experience.

Perl Certification is a definite way to advance your career and will open doors to new Job opportunities.


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Introduction to Perl

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Perl Installation
1st Perl Script

Variables, Strings and Variables

Scalar Variables
String Manipulation
Operators in Perl


Array Basics
In Built Array Functions Part 1
In Built Array Functions Part 2
Array Traversal


Hash Basics
In built function in hashes
Hash Traversal

Conditions and Loops

Conditions and Loops - Part 1
Conditions and Loops - Part 2
Conditions and Loops - Part 3

Regular Expression

Regular Expression - Part 1
Regular Expression - Part 2
Regular Expression - Part 3
Regular Expression - Part 4


Subroutines Part 1
Subroutines Part 2
Subroutines Part 3
Inbuilt Subroutines

Variable Scoping, and Import Modules

Variable Scoping, and Import Modules in Perl

File Handling

File Handling Part 1
File Handling Part 2


Hard Reference
Symbolic References


May 24, 2022
Examples and set up of the language could be better, the pace is a little fast with some sections needing more explanation, then some examples there is no explanation for part of it other than "we'll talk more about that later". I think the examples could have been picked better.
August 22, 2021
Got to know basics. One thing is, the trainer continuously says "if loop". I think "if" is not a loop. Other than that its good.
March 10, 2021
The installation process was challenging as some of the Active Perl did not download. i eventually got a workaround but this was frustrating. Instructor is knowledgeable.
February 23, 2021
Overall, the subject matter is there. Before recording lectures, activate your software (Office failed activation just looks bad for a developer. You want to be paid for your work, but appears you can't be bothered to pay for someone else's)
October 30, 2020
I believe this course has a lot to teach on the topic, my problem is with the execution. The Person running the tutorial makes lots of basic mistakes that aren't useful to teach you anything, like continually missing the 'my' keyword when declaring a variable for the first time then having to slowly go back through the code when an error comes up due to this oversight, plus he talks in an uninterested monotone way which can be rather sleep inducing
December 15, 2019
This is a very basic course. I expected it to go into more depth as we continued forward. Maybe you can add more lectures to this series which can have some more advanced topics.
September 19, 2019
The content delivery is very poor and very ambiguous. The presenter himself makes lots of mistakes while coding. No effort has been done to make the course. Waste of money.
October 17, 2018
It's difficult to understand the instructor, and the transcripts don't help because it's incoherent, the transcripts go off what the instructor says, but it's obvious it's not hearing the instructor correctly, so the text is gibberish in some places.
September 4, 2018
The instructor also has a lot of minor errors during his videos. Consistently forgets to semi colons, ending brackets, and to label variables as 'my'. The way the lectures are ordered, if you don't have experience in Perl prior to this course then you will have to wait until the end of the course to learn why 'my' is needed for the variables. There are a lot of audio recording problems where the instructor sounds like he is in a fish bowl.
February 23, 2018
The explanation of why my is used with variable declaration in the use strict setting was helpful since I generally have not used that. It was not made clear why using my was used again for a variable that was recalculated several times within the same script. Also the subtitles that go along with the video are quite incorrect at times.
January 15, 2018
It was really easy to understand. It feels like you are attending lab sessions of Perl course because the teaching and execution of code goes hand in hand. Over all happy with the course!
December 1, 2017
a lot of good content. the presenter is very knowledgeable; however, at times, I have a difficult time understanding his English (he is from India, I believe). I do like this course. I think Perl is a great language. should have more practical exercise labs scattered through the course. also would have liked the screen size that the instructor is using to be larger, particularly to see the difference between '$' '%' '@'.
October 7, 2017
sound quality could be better, so far content is good and easy to follow along, good pace! There were a few typo's throughout the ppt's and lectures
October 1, 2017
The lectures move along at a reasonable pace with applicable code examples that you get to code along with the instructor. It also had handout notes for you to refer to now and in the future.
September 19, 2017
Because, i noticed two bugs in explanation. 1)When he said if you put /n for print string, it will automatically assign next line sequence to number being inputted but its not, even not using there will be one line space at the end of code line output. 2)He said chomp for removing , Chop for basically last character it remove. but chop and chomp does same. chop do not remove last character.



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