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-a switch, perl: 28.2. Special Variables in Alphabetical Order (Programming Perl)
-accelerator option
creating menu items and: 12.2.1. Menubars the Clunky, Casual, Old-Fashioned Way (Mastering Perl/Tk)
examples: 13.16.1.3. Menu Traversal (Mastering Perl/Tk)
menu item definition and: 12.2.2. Menubars the Slick, Sophisticated, New-Fashioned Way (Mastering Perl/Tk)
-activebackground option
activate method and: 6.3.2. Scrollbar Options (Mastering Perl/Tk)
Button widgets and: 4.3. Table of Options for Button-Type Widgets (Mastering Perl/Tk)
color options and: 4.15. Color Options (Mastering Perl/Tk)
Menu widgets and: 12.1.6. Menu Options (Mastering Perl/Tk)
Menubutton widgets: 12.4.1. Menubutton Options (Mastering Perl/Tk)
mouse cursor and: 4.15. Color Options (Mastering Perl/Tk)
Scale widgets and: 10.1. Creating a Scale (Mastering Perl/Tk)
Scrollbars and: 6.3.2. Scrollbar Options (Mastering Perl/Tk)
6.3.2. Scrollbar Options (Mastering Perl/Tk)
Tix widgets and: 18.2. Item Styles (Mastering Perl/Tk)
-activeborderwidth option: 12.1.6. Menu Options (Mastering Perl/Tk)
-activedash option: 9.5.1. Common Canvas Dash, Stipple, and Tile Options (Mastering Perl/Tk)
-activefill option: 9.5.1. Common Canvas Dash, Stipple, and Tile Options (Mastering Perl/Tk)
-activeforeground option
Button widgets and: 4.3. Table of Options for Button-Type Widgets (Mastering Perl/Tk)
Menu widgets and: 12.1.6. Menu Options (Mastering Perl/Tk)
Menubutton widgets: 12.4.1. Menubutton Options (Mastering Perl/Tk)
mouse cursor and: 4.15. Color Options (Mastering Perl/Tk)
Tix widgets and: 18.2. Item Styles (Mastering Perl/Tk)
-activeoutline option: 9.5.1. Common Canvas Dash, Stipple, and Tile Options (Mastering Perl/Tk)
-activeoutlinestipple option: 9.5.1. Common Canvas Dash, Stipple, and Tile Options (Mastering Perl/Tk)
-activeoutlinetile option: 9.5.1. Common Canvas Dash, Stipple, and Tile Options (Mastering Perl/Tk)
-activerelief option: 6.3.2. Scrollbar Options (Mastering Perl/Tk)
6.3.2. Scrollbar Options (Mastering Perl/Tk)
6.3.4. Scrollbar Style (Mastering Perl/Tk)
-activestipple option: 9.5.1. Common Canvas Dash, Stipple, and Tile Options (Mastering Perl/Tk)
-activetile option: 17.11. Tile and Transparent Images (Mastering Perl/Tk)
-activewidth option: 9.5.1. Common Canvas Dash, Stipple, and Tile Options (Mastering Perl/Tk)
+ addition operator: 2.2.5. Numeric Operators (Learning Perl)
-after option
add method and: 18.4.2. HList Methods (Mastering Perl/Tk)
packing order and: 2.1.1. Options for pack (Mastering Perl/Tk)
widget order and: 2.1.7. Widget Order in the Window (Mastering Perl/Tk)
-align option: 8.16.1. Setting and Getting the Gravity (Mastering Perl/Tk)
-arrow option: 9.6.4. The Line Item (Mastering Perl/Tk)
-arrowimage option: 23.6. The BrowseEntry Widget (Mastering Perl/Tk)
-arrowshape option: 9.6.4. The Line Item (Mastering Perl/Tk)
-ascent option: 3.5. Font Manipulation Methods (Mastering Perl/Tk)
= assignment operator: 2.5.2. Scalar Assignment (Learning Perl)
-async option: 13.2.1. Widget's Children (Mastering Perl/Tk)
-at option: 18.4.2. HList Methods (Mastering Perl/Tk)
A (attribute) in PYX notation: 4.5. XML::PYX (Perl & XML)
-a (autosplit) command-line switch: 19.1.3. Switches (Programming Perl)
a command (CPAN.pm): 2.4.4. Installing Modules with the CPAN Module (Perl in a Nutshell)
a command (Perl debugger): 6.2. Debugger Commands (Perl in a Nutshell)
a escape for terminal bell: 15.7.1. Problem (Perl Cookbook)
-A (access age) file test operator: 3.10. Named Unary and File Test Operators (Programming Perl)
-A file test operator: 4.5.8. File Test Operators (Perl in a Nutshell)
-a option (dprofpp): 6.5. The Perl Profiler (Perl in a Nutshell)
-a option (perlbug): 6.6. The perlbug Program (Perl in a Nutshell)
\a (alarm) sequence: 4.6.3. Escaped Sequences (Perl in a Nutshell)
\A (string boundary): 5.6.1. Beginnings: The \A and ^ Assertions (Programming Perl)
a2p conversion program: B.25. Converting Other Languages to Perl (Learning Perl)
Aas, Gisle: 0. Foreword (Perl & LWP)
abandon( ) (Net::LDAP): 19.4. Net::LDAP Methods (Perl in a Nutshell)
abbreviations, matching: 6.20.1. Problem (Perl Cookbook)
abbreviations, text: 32.1.2. String Processing, Language Text Processing, Parsing, and Searching (Programming Perl)
ABEBooks.com POST request examples: 5.6. POST Example: ABEBooks.com (Perl & LWP)
abort( ) (Net::FTP): 18.2. Net::FTP (Perl in a Nutshell)
aboveThis argument: 13.19. Widget Mapping and Layering (Mastering Perl/Tk)
abs( ): 29.2.1. abs (Programming Perl)
Perl built-in: 5. Function Reference (Perl in a Nutshell)
URI::URL module: 20.5.3. URI::URL (Perl in a Nutshell)
absolute coordinates: 2.3.2. Absolute Coordinates (Mastering Perl/Tk)
absolute locator in XPath: 8.2. XPath (Perl & XML)
absolute URLs
converting from relative: 4.4. Converting Relative URLs to Absolute (Perl & LWP)
converting to relative: 4.3. Converting Absolute URLs to Relative (Perl & LWP)
absolute value: B.9.1. Advanced Math Functions (Learning Perl)
absolute_base URL path: 4.3. Converting Absolute URLs to Relative (Perl & LWP)
abstraction: 10. Packages (Programming Perl)
in object-oriented programming: 12.3. Method Invocation (Programming Perl)
-accelerator option (Menubutton): 21.14.1. Menu Item Options (Perl in a Nutshell)
accept( ): 17.0. Introduction (Perl Cookbook)
29.2.2. accept (Programming Perl)
17.2.3. Discussion (Perl Cookbook)
CGI.pm module: 10.7. CGI.pm Reference (Perl in a Nutshell)
HTTP::Daemon module: 20.3.7. HTTP::Daemon (Perl in a Nutshell)
IO::Socket module: 15.2. The IO::Socket Module (Perl in a Nutshell)
15.2.2. Server-Side Sockets (Perl in a Nutshell)
15.2.3. IO::Socket Methods (Perl in a Nutshell)
Perl built-in: 5. Function Reference (Perl in a Nutshell)
socket function: 15.1. Built-in Socket Functions (Perl in a Nutshell)
15.1.3. Server Connections (Perl in a Nutshell)
access checks, setting in constructor: 12.7.5. Using Closures for Private Objects (Programming Perl)
access_log files: 20.12.1. Problem (Perl Cookbook)
access log (web server): 19.0.2. Behind the Scenes (Perl Cookbook)
access modes: 7.0.3. I/O Operations (Perl Cookbook)
access time, file: 29.2.165. stat (Programming Perl)
29.2.193. utime (Programming Perl)
access to database (see database access)
accessing
array of hashes: 9.3.3. Access and Printing of an Array of Hashes (Programming Perl)
elements, tied arrays: 14.2.1. Array-Tying Methods (Programming Perl)
hashes of arrays: 9.2.3. Access and Printing of a Hash of Arrays (Programming Perl)
multidimensional arrays: 9.1.3. Access and Printing (Programming Perl)
multidimensional hashes: 9.4.3. Access and Printing of a Hash of Hashes (Programming Perl)
overridden methods: 12.5.2. Accessing Overridden Methods (Programming Perl)
records of elaborate data structures: 9.6.1. Composition, Access, and Printing of More Elaborate Records (Programming Perl)
slices of multidimensional arrays: 9.1.4. Slices (Programming Perl)
accessor methods: 12.4.2. Initializers (Programming Perl)
Glossary (Programming Perl)
class data methods, working like: 12.8. Managing Class Data (Programming Perl)
creating: 12.7. Managing Instance Data (Programming Perl)
generating with autoloading: 12.7.3. Generating Accessors with Autoloading (Programming Perl)
generating with closures: 12.7.4. Generating Accessors with Closures (Programming Perl)
pseudohashes and: 12.7.1. Field Declarations with use fields (Programming Perl)
account entries (.netrc): 18.3. FTP Configuration with Net::Netrc (Perl in a Nutshell)
account( ) (Net::Netrc): 18.3. FTP Configuration with Net::Netrc (Perl in a Nutshell)
$ACCUMULATOR: 28.2. Special Variables in Alphabetical Order (Programming Perl)
$ACCUMULATOR ($^A) variable: 4.4.1. Global Special Variables (Perl in a Nutshell)
act_fold image: 18.5. Tix Images (Mastering Perl/Tk)
actions (debugger)
command execution, specifying from debugger: 20.2.6. Actions and Command Execution (Programming Perl)
listing all: 20.2.2. Breakpoints (Programming Perl)
activate( ): 6.3.2. Scrollbar Options (Mastering Perl/Tk)
7.2. Listbox Options (Mastering Perl/Tk)
12.1.4. Manipulating Menu Items (Mastering Perl/Tk)
Listbox widget: 21.10.2. Listbox Methods (Perl in a Nutshell)
Scrollbar widget: 21.9.1. Scrollbar Methods (Perl in a Nutshell)
Activate event: 15.2.1.2. Event descriptor types (Mastering Perl/Tk)
18.4.1. Using Indicators with HList (Mastering Perl/Tk)
active()(Net::NNTP): 17.2.2. Net::NNTP Reference (Perl in a Nutshell)
active index
Listbox widget: 21.10.1. Listbox Indexes (Perl in a Nutshell)
Menu widget: 21.15.1. Menu Indexes (Perl in a Nutshell)
active keyword (menu indexes): 12.1.2. Menu Indexes (Mastering Perl/Tk)
-activebackground option (widgets): 21.3. Common Widget Configuration Options (Perl in a Nutshell)
ACTIVE_BG color: 23.1.3. Optionally Exported Symbols (Mastering Perl/Tk)
-activeborderwidth option (Menu): 21.15. The Menu Widget (Perl in a Nutshell)
-activeborderwidth option (widgets): 21.3. Common Widget Configuration Options (Perl in a Nutshell)
-activeforeground option (widgets): 21.3. Common Widget Configuration Options (Perl in a Nutshell)
ActivePerl distribution: 2.3.2.1. ActivePerl (Perl in a Nutshell)
2.4.3. Installing Modules with ActiveState Perl (Perl in a Nutshell)
ActivePerl for Windows: 1.3. Installing LWP (Perl & LWP)
-activerelief option (Scrollbar): 21.9. The Scrollbar Widget (Perl in a Nutshell)
ActiveState Perl: 1.4. A Myriad of Modules (Perl & XML)
installing documentation: 2.5.1. Installing the Documentation (Perl in a Nutshell)
installing modules with: 2.4.3. Installing Modules with ActiveState Perl (Perl in a Nutshell)
installing on Windows systems: 19.1.1. #! and Quoting on Non-Unix Systems (Programming Perl)
Microsoft-only modules: 32.1.20. Microsoft-Related Modules (Programming Perl)
PPM (Perl Package Manager): 22.2. Using CPAN Modules (Programming Perl)
active_times( ) (Net::NNTP): 17.2.2. Net::NNTP Reference (Perl in a Nutshell)
add( )
creating pages and: 23.8.1. Creating Pages (Mastering Perl/Tk)
DialogBox widgets and: 23.3.3. The DialogBox Widget (Mastering Perl/Tk)
Digest modules: 8.57. Digest (Perl in a Nutshell)
Digest::MD5 module: 8.58. Digest::MD5 (Perl in a Nutshell)
HList widgets and: 18.4.2. HList Methods (Mastering Perl/Tk)
Mail::Send module: 16.2.2. Better Header Control with Mail::Send (Perl in a Nutshell)
16.2.2. Better Header Control with Mail::Send (Perl in a Nutshell)
Menu widget: 21.15.2. Menu Methods (Perl in a Nutshell)
Net::LDAP: 19.3. Adding an Entry to the Directory with Net::LDAP (Perl in a Nutshell)
19.4. Net::LDAP Methods (Perl in a Nutshell)
addchild method: 18.4.2. HList Methods (Mastering Perl/Tk)
AddConnection( ) (Win32::NetResource): 22.11. Win32::NetResource (Perl in a Nutshell)
add_content( ) (HTTP::Message): 20.3.8. HTTP::Message (Perl in a Nutshell)
add_cookie_header( ) (HTTP::Cookies): 20.3.6. HTTP::Cookies (Perl in a Nutshell)
addfile( )
Digest modules: 8.57. Digest (Perl in a Nutshell)
Digest::MD5 module: 8.58. Digest::MD5 (Perl in a Nutshell)
add_group( ) (News::Newsrc): 17.3.1. News::Newsrc Reference (Perl in a Nutshell)
AddHeader( )
Win32::Internet module: 22.7.3. HTTP Functions (Perl in a Nutshell)
adding additional array elements: 29.2.190. unshift (Programming Perl)
AddItems( ) (Menubutton): 21.14.2. Menubutton Methods (Perl in a Nutshell)
addition: 1.5.1. Some Binary Arithmetic Operators (Programming Perl)
overloaded plus (+) operator: 13.2. Overload Handlers (Programming Perl)
addition operator (+): 2.2.5. Numeric Operators (Learning Perl)
additive operators: 3.8. Additive Operators (Programming Perl)
add_label( ) (Mail::Folder): 16.2.3. Handle Folders with Mail::Folder (Perl in a Nutshell)
add_links( ) method: 7.3. XML::DOM (Perl & XML)
7.3. XML::DOM (Perl & XML)
addOptions method: 12.6.1. Tk::Optionmenu (Mastering Perl/Tk)
add_parser( ) function: 5.7.1. XML::SAX::ParserFactory (Perl & XML)
address( ) (Mail::Address): 16.2.7. Mail::Address Reference (Perl in a Nutshell)
address-of operator (in C): 3.21. C Operators Missing from Perl (Programming Perl)
Glossary (Programming Perl)
addresses
C language, Perl vs.: 24.1.3. C Traps (Programming Perl)
code points: 3.9.2. Unicode Encodings (Perl & XML)
email, matching: 6.19.1. Problem (Perl Cookbook)
email, parsing: 16.2.6. Parse Email Addresses with Mail::Address (Perl in a Nutshell)
getting from hostnames: 29.2.52. getnetbyname (Programming Perl)
network, getting from hostnames: 29.2.48. gethostbyname (Programming Perl)
network, translating to names: 29.2.47. gethostbyaddr (Programming Perl)
29.2.51. getnetbyaddr (Programming Perl)
packed socket: 29.2.67. getsockname (Programming Perl)
reused, displaying contents of: 20.3.3. Debugger Options (Programming Perl)
socket names as: 29.2.5. bind (Programming Perl)
add_signature( ) (Mail::Internet): 16.2.5. Mail::Internet Reference (Perl in a Nutshell)
addTag( ) (Canvas): 21.12.3. Canvas Methods (Perl in a Nutshell)
addtag method: 9.5.3. Canvas Widget Option List (Mastering Perl/Tk)
9.9. Tags (Mastering Perl/Tk)
9.9.2. Finding Tags (Mastering Perl/Tk)
Adjuster widget: 23.4. The Adjuster Widget (Mastering Perl/Tk)
adjustSelect method: 8.16.1. Setting and Getting the Gravity (Mastering Perl/Tk)
administering network servers: 22.10. Win32::NetAdmin (Perl in a Nutshell)
Advertise method: 14.3.8.1. Subroutine Advertise (Mastering Perl/Tk)
ADVERTISED value: 14.3.6. Subroutine ConfigSpecs (Mastering Perl/Tk)
advisory locking: 7.11.1. Problem (Perl Cookbook)
after method: 13.2.2. Name of a Widget (Mastering Perl/Tk)
-after option (pack geometry manager): 21.2.1. The pack Geometry Manager (Perl in a Nutshell)
afterCancel method: 13.22. Time Delays (Mastering Perl/Tk)
afterIdle method: 13.22. Time Delays (Mastering Perl/Tk)
agent( ) attribute, User-Agent header: 3.4.2. Request Parameters (Perl & LWP)
_agent( ) (LWP::UserAgent): 20.2.3. LWP::UserAgent (Perl in a Nutshell)
20.2.3. LWP::UserAgent (Perl in a Nutshell)
.al file extension: 8.5. AutoLoader (Perl in a Nutshell)
.al filename extensions: 10.2. Autoloading (Programming Perl)
alarm( ): 16.21.2. Solution (Perl Cookbook)
alarm function: 29.2.3. alarm (Programming Perl)
pattern match, timing out: 23.3.2. Code Masquerading as Data (Programming Perl)
alarm, ringing: 15.7.1. Problem (Perl Cookbook)
alert (bell): 2.6.2. String Literals (Programming Perl)
algorithms: Glossary (Programming Perl)
Perl modules for: 22.1. The CPAN modules Directory (Programming Perl)
Alias module: 13.3.3. Discussion (Perl Cookbook)
aliases: Glossary (Programming Perl)
for characters: 5.3.2. Specific Characters (Programming Perl)
debugger command for: 20.2.7. Miscellaneous Commands (Programming Perl)
for filehandles: 7.20.1. Problem (Perl Cookbook)
in for/foreach loops
searching and replacing elements in arrays: 5.2.3.1. Modifying strings en passant (Programming Perl)
for functions: 10.14.3. Discussion (Perl Cookbook)
for/foreach loops, creating with: 4.5.1. Case Structures (Programming Perl)
for list elements: 4.4.3. Discussion (Perl Cookbook)
symbol table entries: 2.5.1. Name Lookups (Programming Perl)
2.10. Typeglobs and Filehandles (Programming Perl)
symbol table key, assignment to typeglob: 10.1. Symbol Tables (Programming Perl)
aliasing, in foreach loops: 4.4.3. foreach Loops (Programming Perl)
:all method group: 10.2. Importing Method Groups (Perl in a Nutshell)
"all" tag: 9.5.3. Canvas Widget Option List (Mastering Perl/Tk)
All( ) (Win32::OLE::Enum): 23.3.1. Win32::OLE::Enum Methods (Perl in a Nutshell)
ALL_EVENTS: 23.1.3. Optionally Exported Symbols (Mastering Perl/Tk)
Alloc( ) (Win32::Console): 22.2. Win32::Console (Perl in a Nutshell)
allocation rectangles
-expand option and: 2.1.5. Expanding the Allocation Rectangle (Mastering Perl/Tk)
anchoring widgets: 2.1.6. Anchoring a Widget in Its Allocation Rectangle (Mastering Perl/Tk)
characteristics of: 2.1.1. Options for pack (Mastering Perl/Tk)
filling: 2.1.1. Options for pack (Mastering Perl/Tk)
2.1.4. Filling the Allocation Rectangle (Mastering Perl/Tk)
ALRM signal: 16.1.3. Timing Out Slow Operations (Programming Perl)
AltaVista document fetch example: 2.5. Example: AltaVista (Perl & LWP)
alternate quoting schemes: 4.2.2. String Interpolation (Perl in a Nutshell)
alternation: 5.1. The Regular Expression Bestiary (Programming Perl)
Glossary (Programming Perl)
character classes and: 5.4.1. Custom Character Classes (Programming Perl)
interior, limiting scope of: 5.7.2. Clustering (Programming Perl)
match one or the other (...|...): 5.3.1. Metasymbol Tables (Programming Perl)
in patterns: 5.8. Alternation (Programming Perl)
precedence, pattern matching: 5.9.4. The Little Engine That /Could(n't)?/ (Programming Perl)
American National Standards Institute (ANSI): 2.1. A Brief History of XML (Perl & XML)
American Standard Code for Information Interchange (see ASCII)
$& variable: 9.5.2. The Automatic Match Variables (Learning Perl)
ampersand (&) 2.5. Entities (Perl & XML)
3.8. XML::Writer (Perl & XML)
parsers and: 3.1. XML Parsers (Perl & XML)
well-formed documents, checking: 3.1.1. Example (of What Not to Do): A Well-Formedness Checker (Perl & XML)
&& operator: 1.2.3. Discussion (Perl Cookbook)
10.9. Logical Operators (Learning Perl)
10.9.3. Control Structures Using Partial-Evaluation Operators (Learning Perl)
used with tags: 9.9. Tags (Mastering Perl/Tk)
AND bitwise operator: 4.5.10. Bitwise Operators (Perl in a Nutshell)
attachments and: 2.4.2.2. Widget-to-widget attachments (Mastering Perl/Tk)
calling subroutines: 4.7.1. Calling Subroutines (Perl in a Nutshell)
in encoded URLs: 9.2. URL Encoding (Perl in a Nutshell)
in subroutine names: 4.3. Invoking a Subroutine (Learning Perl)
omitting: 4.11.1. Omitting the Ampersand (Learning Perl)
prototype symbol: 4.7.5. Prototypes (Perl in a Nutshell)
&& (logical and) operator: 12.3.3. Syntactic Snafus with Indirect Objects (Programming Perl)
&=, in filenames: 29.2.104. open (Programming Perl)
&& (logical AND) operator: 4.5.9. Logical Operators (Perl in a Nutshell)
&&= (assignment) operator: 4.5.6. Assignment Operators (Perl in a Nutshell)
&= (assignment) operator: 4.5.6. Assignment Operators (Perl in a Nutshell)
&max subroutine: 4.5. Arguments (Learning Perl)
4.8.1. A Better &max Routine (Learning Perl)
analysis, forms: 5.3. Automating Form Analysis (Perl & LWP)
ancestor nodes: 6.1. XML Trees (Perl & XML)
anchor index
Entry widget: 21.8.1. Text Indexes (Perl in a Nutshell)
Listbox widget: 21.10.1. Listbox Indexes (Perl in a Nutshell)
-anchor option
add method and: 23.8.1. Creating Pages (Mastering Perl/Tk)
allocation rectangle: 2.1.1. Options for pack (Mastering Perl/Tk)
Button widgets and: 4.3. Table of Options for Button-Type Widgets (Mastering Perl/Tk)
createBitmap method and: 9.6.2. The Bitmap Item (Mastering Perl/Tk)
createImage method and: 9.6.3. The Image Item (Mastering Perl/Tk)
createText method and: 9.6.8. The Text Item (Mastering Perl/Tk)
createWindow method and: 9.6.9. The Widget Item (Mastering Perl/Tk)
Label widgets and: 5.1.2. Label Options (Mastering Perl/Tk)
Menubutton widgets: 12.4.1. Menubutton Options (Mastering Perl/Tk)
option menu example: 12.6.2. A Native Option Menu (Mastering Perl/Tk)
pack geometry manager: 21.2.1. The pack Geometry Manager (Perl in a Nutshell)
place geometry manager: 21.2.3. The place Geometry Manager (Perl in a Nutshell)
place method and: 2.1.1. Options for pack (Mastering Perl/Tk)
ProgressBar widgets and: 23.10.1. ProgressBar Options (Mastering Perl/Tk)
relative coordinates and: 2.3.3. Relative Coordinates (Mastering Perl/Tk)
syntax: 2.1.1. Options for pack (Mastering Perl/Tk)
2.1.6. Anchoring a Widget in Its Allocation Rectangle (Mastering Perl/Tk)
4.11. Text Manipulation (Mastering Perl/Tk)
Tix widgets and: 18.2. Item Styles (Mastering Perl/Tk)
widgets: 21.3. Common Widget Configuration Options (Perl in a Nutshell)
anchor points
defined: 12.5.2. The Popup Method (Mastering Perl/Tk)
offsets and: 2.4.2. Attachments (Mastering Perl/Tk)
anchors: 8.3. Anchors (Learning Perl)
1.7.3. Nailing Things Down (Programming Perl)
5.6. Positions (Programming Perl)
multiple-line text and: 17.5.2. Matching Multiple-line Text (Learning Perl)
anchors in regular expressions: 4.6.5. Anchors (Perl in a Nutshell)
and (logical AND) operator: 4.5.9. Logical Operators (Perl in a Nutshell)
and (&) bitwise operator: 3.13. Bitwise Operators (Programming Perl)
and (&&) logical operator: 1.5.5. Logical Operators (Programming Perl)
3.14. C-Style Logical (Short-Circuit) Operators (Programming Perl)
3.20. Logical and, or, not, and xor (Programming Perl)
precedence, and operator vs. &&: 12.3.3. Syntactic Snafus with Indirect Objects (Programming Perl)
and operator: 24.3. Programming with Style (Programming Perl)
AND (&) operator, bitwise: 4.5.10. Bitwise Operators (Perl in a Nutshell)
AND (&&) operator, logical: 4.5.9. Logical Operators (Perl in a Nutshell)
AND functionality in regular expressions: 6.17.1. Problem (Perl Cookbook)
AND operator (&&): 10.9. Logical Operators (Learning Perl)
10.9.3. Control Structures Using Partial-Evaluation Operators (Learning Perl)
angle brackets (<>)
15.2. Binding to Events (Mastering Perl/Tk)
2.2. Markup, Elements, and Structure (Perl & XML)
2.9. Free-Form XML and Well-Formed Documents (Perl & XML)
1.5. A Whirlwind Tour of Perl (Learning Perl)
filename globbing and: 12.3. An Alternate Syntax for Globbing (Learning Perl)
parsers and: 3.1. XML Parsers (Perl & XML)
well-formed documents, checking: 3.1.1. Example (of What Not to Do): A Well-Formedness Checker (Perl & XML)
<=> (comparison) operator: 4.5.4.2. Equality operators (Perl in a Nutshell)
<...> (line-input) operator: 4.9. Filehandles (Perl in a Nutshell)
<<= (assignment) operator: 4.5.6. Assignment Operators (Perl in a Nutshell)
<< debugger commands, and: 6.2. Debugger Commands (Perl in a Nutshell)
< (less-than) operator: 4.5.4.1. Relational operators (Perl in a Nutshell)
<= (less-than-or-equal) operator: 4.5.4.1. Relational operators (Perl in a Nutshell)
>>= (assignment) operator: 4.5.6. Assignment Operators (Perl in a Nutshell)
> (greater-than) operator: 4.5.4.1. Relational operators (Perl in a Nutshell)
>= (greater-than-or-equal) operator: 4.5.4.1. Relational operators (Perl in a Nutshell)
>> to open file for appending: 4.9. Filehandles (Perl in a Nutshell)
angle operator: 2.11.2. Line Input (Angle) Operator (Programming Perl)
19.1.3. Switches (Programming Perl)
24.1.2. Frequently Ignored Advice (Programming Perl)
reading filehandle from: 14.4.1. Filehandle-Tying Methods (Programming Perl)
angles in degrees vs. radians: 2.11.1. Problem (Perl Cookbook)
anonymous: Glossary (Programming Perl)
array composer: 8.2.2.1. The anonymous array composer (Programming Perl)
arrays
hash of, creating: 9.2.1. Composition of a Hash of Arrays (Programming Perl)
two-dimensional array slice: 9.1.4. Slices (Programming Perl)
hash composer: 8.2.2.2. The anonymous hash composer (Programming Perl)
hashes
adding to multidimensional hashes: 9.4.1. Composition of a Hash of Hashes (Programming Perl)
array of, creating: 9.3.1. Composition of an Array of Hashes (Programming Perl)
data structue for objects: 12.4. Object Construction (Programming Perl)
pipes: 16.3.1. Anonymous Pipes (Programming Perl)
referents: 8.1. What Is a Reference? (Programming Perl)
subroutine composer: 8.2.2.3. The anonymous subroutine composer (Programming Perl)
subroutines: 6. Subroutines (Programming Perl)
giving names at run time: 10.1. Symbol Tables (Programming Perl)
anonymous arrays
-font option and: 3.3. Using Fonts (Mastering Perl/Tk)
callbacks with arguments: 15.1. Creating a Callback (Mastering Perl/Tk)
Checkbuttons and: 12.2.1. Menubars the Clunky, Casual, Old-Fashioned Way (Mastering Perl/Tk)
insert method and: 8.6. Inserting Text (Mastering Perl/Tk)
menubar example: 12.2.2. Menubars the Slick, Sophisticated, New-Fashioned Way (Mastering Perl/Tk)
tags and: 9.6.1. The Arc Item (Mastering Perl/Tk)
anonymous data: 11.0.2. Anonymous Data (Perl Cookbook)
anonymous data, referencing: 4.8.1.1. Referencing anonymous data (Perl in a Nutshell)
anonymous FTP: 2.1. The CPAN Architecture (Perl in a Nutshell)
18.1. The FTP Protocol (Perl in a Nutshell)
anonymous subroutines: B.20.3. Anonymous Subroutines and Closures (Learning Perl)
4.7. Subroutines (Perl in a Nutshell)
ANSI (American National Standards Institute): 2.1. A Brief History of XML (Perl & XML)
answers to exercises in this book: A. Exercise Answers (Learning Perl)
antique_client( ) (HTTP::Daemon::ClientConn): 20.3.7.1. HTTP::Daemon::ClientConn methods (Perl in a Nutshell)
AnyDBM_file manpage: 16.1. DBM Files and DBM Hashes (Learning Perl)
AnyDBM_File module: 8.1. AnyDBM_File (Perl in a Nutshell)
32.1.10. DBM Interfaces (Programming Perl)
Apache
log files: 20.12.1. Problem (Perl Cookbook)
mod_perl module: 19.5.2. Solution (Perl Cookbook)
Apache modules: 11.7. Apache:: Modules (Perl in a Nutshell)
Apache::DumpHeaders module: 11.3. mod_perl Handlers (Perl in a Nutshell)
Apache::Include module: 11.5. Server-Side Includes with mod_perl (Perl in a Nutshell)
Apache server, mod_perl with: 11. Web Server Programmingwith mod_perl (Perl in a Nutshell)
Apache web server: 21.4. Embedding Perl (Using Perl from C) (Programming Perl)
CGI::Apache module: 32.1.9. World Wide Web (Programming Perl)
mod_perl extension: 18.3. Executing Your Code (Programming Perl)
Perl modules for: 22.1. The CPAN modules Directory (Programming Perl)
API (application programming interface)
C language plug-ins: 22.2. The PerlPlus Browser Plug-in (Mastering Perl/Tk)
RCP commands and: 20.3.1.2. The RCP API handles Perl to tclrobots communications (Mastering Perl/Tk)
TclRobots and: 20.3. TclRobots (Mastering Perl/Tk)
20.3.1. TclRobots.pm, the Perl Interface to TclRobots (Mastering Perl/Tk)
apop( ) (Net::POP3): 16.1.3. Retrieving Email with Net::POP3 (Perl in a Nutshell)
appe( ) (Net::FTP): 18.2. Net::FTP (Perl in a Nutshell)
append( )
CGI.pm module: 10.7. CGI.pm Reference (Perl in a Nutshell)
Net::FTP module: 18.2. Net::FTP (Perl in a Nutshell)
append operator (.=): 2.5.3. Binary Assignment Operators (Learning Perl)
appendChild method for Node class (DOM): 7.2.4.2. Methods (Perl & XML)
appendData method for CharacterData class (DOM): 7.2.7.2. Methods (Perl & XML)
appendhash_demo program (example): 13.15.5. Tie Example: Make a Hash That Always Appends (Perl Cookbook)
appending
elements to arrays: 9.1.2. Growing Your Own (Programming Perl)
29.2.116. push (Programming Perl)
members to existing hash: 9.3.2. Generation of an Array of Hashes (Programming Perl)
appending arrays to each other: 4.9.1. Problem (Perl Cookbook)
append_message( ) (Mail::Folder): 16.2.3. Handle Folders with Mail::Folder (Perl in a Nutshell)
Apple operating system: 12.1.5. Menubars (Mastering Perl/Tk)
applets, tokenizing and: 8.6.2. Images and Applets (Perl & LWP)
application helpers (XML): 9.1. XML Modules (Perl & XML)
applications
changing colors, fonts, titles: 16.1.1. Colors, Fonts, and Titles (Mastering Perl/Tk)
changing name of: 13.5. The Application's Name (Mastering Perl/Tk)
communication between: 13.2.1. Widget's Children (Mastering Perl/Tk)
drawing program example: 9.5.3. Canvas Widget Option List (Mastering Perl/Tk)
recommendations: 1.5.1. Programming Style (Mastering Perl/Tk)
synchronizing window messages: 16.1.5. Synchronizing Window Messages (Mastering Perl/Tk)
time delays: 13.2.2. Name of a Widget (Mastering Perl/Tk)
Tk programs and names: 20.1.1. Application Names (Mastering Perl/Tk)
appname method: 13.5. The Application's Name (Mastering Perl/Tk)
20.1.1. Application Names (Mastering Perl/Tk)
approximate (fuzzy) matching: 6.13.1. Problem (Perl Cookbook)
architecture: Glossary (Programming Perl)
arcs
Canvas widgets and: 9. The Canvas Widget (Mastering Perl/Tk)
creating: 9.5.3. Canvas Widget Option List (Mastering Perl/Tk)
options lists for: 9.6.1. The Arc Item (Mastering Perl/Tk)
arctangents: 29.2.4. atan2 (Programming Perl)
$ARG: 28.2. Special Variables in Alphabetical Order (Programming Perl)
$ARG ($_) variable: 4.4.1. Global Special Variables (Perl in a Nutshell)
argc: 6.3. The Invocation Arguments (Learning Perl)
argument lists (see parameter lists)
arguments: 4.5. Arguments (Learning Perl)
Glossary (Programming Perl)
Glossary (Programming Perl)
(see also parameters)
actual: Glossary (Programming Perl)
formal: 28.2. Special Variables in Alphabetical Order (Programming Perl)
Glossary (Programming Perl)
subroutine: 10.1.1. Problem (Perl Cookbook)
function prototypes: 10.11.3. Discussion (Perl Cookbook)
passing by named parameter: 10.7.1. Problem (Perl Cookbook)
passing by reference: 10.5.1. Problem (Perl Cookbook)
passing to subroutines: 4.7.2. Passing Arguments (Perl in a Nutshell)
@ARGV: 16. User Customization (Mastering Perl/Tk)
@ARGV array: 6.3. The Invocation Arguments (Learning Perl)
4.4.2. Global Special Arrays and Hashes (Perl in a Nutshell)
2.11.2. Line Input (Angle) Operator (Programming Perl)
28.2. Special Variables in Alphabetical Order (Programming Perl)
Glossary (Programming Perl)
ARGV filehandle: 4.4.3. Global Special Filehandles (Perl in a Nutshell)
4.9. Filehandles (Perl in a Nutshell)
28.2. Special Variables in Alphabetical Order (Programming Perl)
ARGV, magic (see magic open)
-argv option (perlcc): 3.4. The Perl Compiler (Perl in a Nutshell)
$ARGV variable: 6.2. Input from the Diamond Operator (Learning Perl)
4.4.1. Global Special Variables (Perl in a Nutshell)
28.2. Special Variables in Alphabetical Order (Programming Perl)
Glossary (Programming Perl)
Glossary (Programming Perl)
ARGVOUT filehandle: 28.2. Special Variables in Alphabetical Order (Programming Perl)
arithmetic
binary numbers: 2.0. Introduction (Perl Cookbook)
complex (imaginary) numbers: 2.15.1. Problem (Perl Cookbook)
matrix multiplication: 2.14.1. Problem (Perl Cookbook)
overloaded objects and: 13.2. Overload Handlers (Programming Perl)
arithmetic operators: 4.5.3. Arithmetic Operators (Perl in a Nutshell)
3.5. Ideographic Unary Operators (Programming Perl)
Glossary (Programming Perl)
binary arithmetic operators: 1.5.1. Some Binary Arithmetic Operators (Programming Perl)
order of evaluation: 1.5.1. Some Binary Arithmetic Operators (Programming Perl)
overloading: 13.3. Overloadable Operators (Programming Perl)
arity: 3. Unary and Binary Operators (Programming Perl)
highest to lowest, listing of: 3. Unary and Binary Operators (Programming Perl)
Arm event: 18.4.1. Using Indicators with HList (Mastering Perl/Tk)
array context (see list context)
array elements: 3.1. Accessing Elements of an Array (Learning Perl)
array indices: 3.2. Special Array Indices (Learning Perl)
$#ARRAY variable: 4.3.2. Solution (Perl Cookbook)
arrayDepth option (debugger): 20.3.3. Debugger Options (Programming Perl)
arrays: 4.0. Introduction (Perl Cookbook)
3. Lists and Arrays (Learning Perl)
B.10. Lists and Arrays (Learning Perl)
4.2. Data Types and Variables (Perl in a Nutshell)
4.2.5.1. Arrays (Perl in a Nutshell)
1.2.1. Variable Syntax (Programming Perl)
1.2.1.2. Pluralities (Programming Perl)
2.3. Built-in Data Types (Programming Perl)
Glossary (Programming Perl)
Glossary (Programming Perl)
(see also lists)
@_ arrays: 6.2. Semantics (Programming Perl)
copying values to my list: 6.2.1. Tricks with Parameter Lists (Programming Perl)
anonymous: 11.0.2. Anonymous Data (Perl Cookbook)
anonymous, objects implemented as: 12.7.1. Field Declarations with use fields (Programming Perl)
use fields pragma, overcoming problems with: 12.7.1. Field Declarations with use fields (Programming Perl)
anonymous, references to: 8.2.2.1. The anonymous array composer (Programming Perl)
appending elements to: 29.2.116. push (Programming Perl)
appending multiple: 4.9.1. Problem (Perl Cookbook)
associative (see hashes)
AV (array value) typedef in C, corresponding to: 21.2. Internal Data Types (Programming Perl)
changing size of: 4.3.1. Problem (Perl Cookbook)
circular: 4.16.1. Problem (Perl Cookbook)
deleting elements of: 29.2.149. shift (Programming Perl)
29.2.160. splice (Programming Perl)
elements, giving temporary values to: 29.2.87. local (Programming Perl)
exists function and: 29.2.34. exists (Programming Perl)
extracting particular elements: 4.6.1. Problem (Perl Cookbook)
extracting particular subsets: 4.13.1. Problem (Perl Cookbook)
first element of: 28.2. Special Variables in Alphabetical Order (Programming Perl)
functions for processing: 5.1. Perl Functions by Category (Perl in a Nutshell)
of hashes: 9.3. Arrays of Hashes (Programming Perl)
accessing and printing: 9.3.3. Access and Printing of an Array of Hashes (Programming Perl)
generating: 9.3.2. Generation of an Array of Hashes (Programming Perl)
hashes of: 11.2.1. Problem (Perl Cookbook)
9.2. Hashes of Arrays (Programming Perl)
initializing: 4.1.1. Problem (Perl Cookbook)
initializing with x operator: 3.7. Multiplicative Operators (Programming Perl)
interpolating vs. printing: 6.4. Output to Standard Output (Learning Perl)
iterating through all elements: 4.4.1. Problem (Perl Cookbook)
4.12.1. Problem (Perl Cookbook)
last element of: 2.8.2. Array Length (Programming Perl)
last valid index ($#ARRAY): 4.3.3. Discussion (Perl Cookbook)
length of: 2.8.2. Array Length (Programming Perl)
list values vs.: 2.8. List Values and Arrays (Programming Perl)
lists and: 2.8. List Values and Arrays (Programming Perl)
lists vs.: 4.0. Introduction (Perl Cookbook)
matrix multiplication: 2.14.1. Problem (Perl Cookbook)
multidimensional: 4.0. Introduction (Perl Cookbook)
1.2.1.3. Complexities (Programming Perl)
9.1. Arrays of Arrays (Programming Perl)
Glossary (Programming Perl)
names for: 2.4. Variables (Programming Perl)
negative subscripts, counting from end of array: 24.1.5. Previous Perl Traps (Programming Perl)
nested: 9.1. Arrays of Arrays (Programming Perl)
two-dimensional arrays, creating and accessing: 9.1.1. Creating and Accessing a Two-Dimensional Array (Programming Perl)
output style, changing in debugger: 20.3.3. Debugger Options (Programming Perl)
parsing text into: 32.1.2. String Processing, Language Text Processing, Parsing, and Searching (Programming Perl)
passing by reference into or out of functions: 6.3. Passing References (Programming Perl)
performance and: 24.2.1. Time Efficiency (Programming Perl)
permute program: 4.19.1. Problem (Perl Cookbook)
pop function and: 29.2.111. pop (Programming Perl)
prepending elements to: 29.2.190. unshift (Programming Perl)
printf function and: 6.5.1. Arrays and printf (Learning Perl)
printing elements with commas: 4.2.1. Problem (Perl Cookbook)
processing, functions for: 29.1. Perl Functions by Category (Programming Perl)
processing multiple elements: 4.11.1. Problem (Perl Cookbook)
randomizing: 4.17.1. Problem (Perl Cookbook)
randomly selecting from: 2.7.3. Discussion (Perl Cookbook)
reading files backwards: 8.4.1. Problem (Perl Cookbook)
references to: 11.1.1. Problem (Perl Cookbook)
8.1. What Is a Reference? (Programming Perl)
replacing/removing elements: 29.2.160. splice (Programming Perl)
reversing elements of: 4.10.1. Problem (Perl Cookbook)
s/// (substitution) operator and: 5.2.3.1. Modifying strings en passant (Programming Perl)
of scalar references: 11.6.1. Problem (Perl Cookbook)
slices and: 17.6.1. Array Slice (Learning Perl)
sorting elements: 4.14.1. Problem (Perl Cookbook)
special (predefined): 4.4.2. Global Special Arrays and Hashes (Perl in a Nutshell)
splice operator for: B.10.2. The splice Operator (Learning Perl)
subscript separator (see $[semi] variable)
taint in: 23.1. Handling Insecure Data (Programming Perl)
text files as database arrays: 14.7.1. Problem (Perl Cookbook)
tied, delete function and: 24.1.5. Previous Perl Traps (Programming Perl)
tying: 14.2. Tying Arrays (Programming Perl)
methods for: 14.2.1. Array-Tying Methods (Programming Perl)
notational convenience: 14.2.2. Notational Convenience (Programming Perl)
Tie::Array module: 32.1.14. Convenient Classes (Programming Perl)
unions, intersections, differences: 4.7.1. Problem (Perl Cookbook)
variables of: 2.6.5. Interpolating Array Values (Programming Perl)
words program (example): 4.18.1. Description (Perl Cookbook)
arrays in Perl: 3.1.1. Example (of What Not to Do): A Well-Formedness Checker (Perl & XML)
arrow (->) operator: 8.3.3. Using the Arrow Operator (Programming Perl)
12.3.1. Method Invocation Using the Arrow Operator (Programming Perl)
11.0.1. References (Perl Cookbook)
4.5.1. The Arrow Operator (Perl in a Nutshell)
3.2. The Arrow Operator (Programming Perl)
dereferencing with: 4.8.2.1. Arrow dereferencing (Perl in a Nutshell)
arrows: 5.2.3. The Big Arrow (Learning Perl)
17.4. Unquoted Hash Keys (Learning Perl)
-repeatdelay option and: 6.3.2. Scrollbar Options (Mastering Perl/Tk)
as Scrollbar component: 6.1. Defining Scrollbar Parts (Mastering Perl/Tk)
6.3.2. Scrollbar Options (Mastering Perl/Tk)
using: 6.3.6. Using the Arrows and the Slider (Mastering Perl/Tk)
article command (NNTP): 17.1. The NNTP Protocol (Perl in a Nutshell)
article( ) (Net::NNTP): 17.2.2. Net::NNTP Reference (Perl in a Nutshell)
articles, news: 17.1. The NNTP Protocol (Perl in a Nutshell)
artificial languages: 1.2. Natural and Artificial Languages (Programming Perl)
As( ) (Win32::OLE::Variant): 23.4.1. Win32::OLE::Variant Methods (Perl in a Nutshell)
ASCII: 2.1. Atoms (Programming Perl)
Glossary (Programming Perl)
converting to characters: 29.2.14. chr (Programming Perl)
values for characters: 29.2.106. ord (Programming Perl)
ASCII character encodings: 1.6. XML Gotchas (Perl & XML)
2.6. Unicode, Character Sets, and Encodings (Perl & XML)
ASCII characters (see characters)
converting to Unicode: 15.2. Effects of Character Semantics (Programming Perl)
XPM files and: 17.1. An Overview of Perl/Tk Image Types (Mastering Perl/Tk)
ASCII mode: 1.4. How Do I Make a Perl Program? (Learning Perl)
ascii( ) (Net::FTP module): 18.2. Net::FTP (Perl in a Nutshell)
Ascii( ) (Win32::Internet): 22.7.2. FTP Functions (Perl in a Nutshell)
ASCIIbetical order, sort operator for: 3.7.2. The sort Operator (Learning Perl)
as_HTML( ) method: 10. Modifying HTML with Trees (Perl & LWP)
as_HTML( ) (HTML::Parser): 20.4.3. HTML::Element (Perl in a Nutshell)
ASP, Perl modules for: 22.1. The CPAN modules Directory (Programming Perl)
aspect( ) (Frame widget): 21.18.1. Toplevel Methods (Perl in a Nutshell)
aspect method: 11.3. Options (Mastering Perl/Tk)
assertions
defining your own: 5.10.4. Defining Your Own Assertions (Programming Perl)
lookaround assertions: 5.10.1. Lookaround Assertions (Programming Perl)
precedence, pattern matching: 5.9.4. The Little Engine That /Could(n't)?/ (Programming Perl)
assertions (in matching)
\b and \B (word and non word boundary): 5.6.3. Boundaries: The \b and \B Assertions (Programming Perl)
positional, \z, \Z, and $ assertions: 5.6.2. Endings: The \z, \Z, and $ Assertions (Programming Perl)
assertions (in patterns): 5.1. The Regular Expression Bestiary (Programming Perl)
5.3.1. Metasymbol Tables (Programming Perl)
Glossary (Programming Perl)
character classes and: 5.4.1. Custom Character Classes (Programming Perl)
\G positional assertion: 5.2.2. The m// Operator (Matching) (Programming Perl)
positional: 5.6. Positions (Programming Perl)
\A and ^ assertions (string boundary): 5.6.1. Beginnings: The \A and ^ Assertions (Programming Perl)
assign function (ExtUtils::Constant module): 8.69. ExtUtils::Constant (Perl in a Nutshell)
assigning
hashes: 5.2.2. Hash Assignment (Learning Perl)
lists: 3.4. List Assignment (Learning Perl)
scalars: 2.5.2. Scalar Assignment (Learning Perl)
assigning to lists: 2.8.1. List Assignment (Programming Perl)
assignment
to conditional operator: 3.16. Conditional Operator (Programming Perl)
elements, two-dimsional arrays: 9.1.2. Growing Your Own (Programming Perl)
of tied variables: 14.1.1. Scalar-Tying Methods (Programming Perl)
list: 1.3.2. Solution (Perl Cookbook)
tied array element: 14.2.1. Array-Tying Methods (Programming Perl)
assignment (||=) operator: 1.2.2. Solution (Perl Cookbook)
1.2.3. Discussion (Perl Cookbook)
assignment operator: 2.3. Built-in Data Types (Programming Perl)
assignment operator (=): 2.5.2. Scalar Assignment (Learning Perl)
assignment operators: 4.5.6. Assignment Operators (Perl in a Nutshell)
1.5.3. Assignment Operators (Programming Perl)
3.17. Assignment Operators (Programming Perl)
Glossary (Programming Perl)
overloading: 13.3. Overloadable Operators (Programming Perl)
13.4. The Copy Constructor (=) (Programming Perl)
(see also copy constructor)
precedence, Perl versions, differences in: 24.1.5. Previous Perl Traps (Programming Perl)
values, returning: 1.5.3. Assignment Operators (Programming Perl)
associative arrays (see hashes)
5. Hashes (Learning Perl)
1.2.1.2.2. Hashes. (Programming Perl)
29.2.22. dbmopen (Programming Perl)
associativity: 2.6.2. Operator Precedence and Associativity (Learning Perl)
chart of: 2.6.2. Operator Precedence and Associativity (Learning Perl)
operators: 3. Unary and Binary Operators (Programming Perl)
3.11. Relational Operators (Programming Perl)
associativity of operators: Glossary (Programming Perl)
as_something method: 14.4. SOAP::Serializer (Perl in a Nutshell)
as_string( )
HTTP::Cookies module: 20.3.6. HTTP::Cookies (Perl in a Nutshell)
HTTP::Request module: 20.3.1. HTTP::Request (Perl in a Nutshell)
HTTP::Response module: 20.3.2. HTTP::Response (Perl in a Nutshell)
LWP::RobotUA module: 20.2.1. LWP::RobotUA Sections (Perl in a Nutshell)
URI::URL module: 20.5.3. URI::URL (Perl in a Nutshell)
asterisk (*)
dereference operator (in C): 3.21. C Operators Missing from Perl (Programming Perl)
as wildcard character: 16. User Customization (Mastering Perl/Tk)
multiplication operator: 4.5.3. Arithmetic Operators (Perl in a Nutshell)
pathname separators: 16.2. Using the Option Database (Mastering Perl/Tk)
prototype symbol (typeglob): 4.7.5. Prototypes (Perl in a Nutshell)
regular expression metacharacter: 4.6.2. Regular Expression Syntax (Perl in a Nutshell)
** (exponentiation) operator: 4.5.3. Arithmetic Operators (Perl in a Nutshell)
**= (assignment) operator: 4.5.6. Assignment Operators (Perl in a Nutshell)
*= (assignment) operator: 4.5.6. Assignment Operators (Perl in a Nutshell)
* to store filehandles: 7.0.1. Getting a Handle on the File (Perl Cookbook)
7.16.1. Problem (Perl Cookbook)
astronomy, Perl modules for: 22.1. The CPAN modules Directory (Programming Perl)
async function: 17.2.1.1. Thread creation (Programming Perl)
asynchronous events: Glossary (Programming Perl)
at sign (@)
bitmaps and: 4.5. Displaying an Image or Bitmap (Mastering Perl/Tk)
9.6.2. The Bitmap Item (Mastering Perl/Tk)
bitmaps and: 4.5. Displaying an Image or Bitmap (Mastering Perl/Tk)
9.6.2. The Bitmap Item (Mastering Perl/Tk)
dereferencing with: 4.8.2. Dereferencing (Perl in a Nutshell)
format fieldholders: 4.12. Formats (Perl in a Nutshell)
prototype symbol (list): 4.7.5. Prototypes (Perl in a Nutshell)
signifying arrays: 4.2.5.1. Arrays (Perl in a Nutshell)
at-sign characters (@): 8.2. XPath (Perl & XML)
at-sign(@) indicating arrays: 3.4. List Assignment (Learning Perl)
atan2( ): 5. Function Reference (Perl in a Nutshell)
atan function: 29.2.4. atan2 (Programming Perl)
$atime file statistic: 29.2.165. stat (Programming Perl)
atime field: 9.0. Introduction (Perl Cookbook)
$atime (timestamp): 11.6.1. The stat and lstat Functions (Learning Perl)
changing: 13.7. Changing Timestamps (Learning Perl)
atom method: 13.12. Atom Methods (Mastering Perl/Tk)
atomname method: 13.12. Atom Methods (Mastering Perl/Tk)
atoms: 5.9.4. The Little Engine That /Could(n't)?/ (Programming Perl)
Glossary (Programming Perl)
13.12. Atom Methods (Mastering Perl/Tk)
precedence, pattern matching: 5.9.4. The Little Engine That /Could(n't)?/ (Programming Perl)
attach method: 23.5. The Balloon Widget (Mastering Perl/Tk)
attachments: 2.4.2. Attachments (Mastering Perl/Tk)
Attlist handler (Expat): 13.3. Expat Handlers (Perl in a Nutshell)
attlist_decl method for PerlSAX DTD handlers: 5.2. DTD Handlers (Perl & XML)
Attr class (DOM): 7.2.9.1. Properties (Perl & XML)
attr( ) (HTML::Parser): 20.4.3. HTML::Element (Perl in a Nutshell)
Attr( ) (Win32::Console): 22.2. Win32::Console (Perl in a Nutshell)
attribute list declarations: 2.10. Declaring Elements and Attributes (Perl & XML)
Attribute::Handlers module: 8.2. Attribute::Handlers (Perl in a Nutshell)
diagnostics: 8.2. Attribute::Handlers (Perl in a Nutshell)
attributes: 6.5. Subroutine Attributes (Programming Perl)
12.4.2. Initializers (Programming Perl)
Glossary (Programming Perl)
altering: 4.1. Parsing URLs (Perl & LWP)
attributes module: 32.1.13. Perl Language Extensions and Internals (Programming Perl)
class: 29.2.99. my (Programming Perl)
class, storing state for: 12.8. Managing Class Data (Programming Perl)
files, test operators for: 1.5.7. Some File Test Operators (Programming Perl)
HTML::Element methods: 10.1. Changing Attributes (Perl & LWP)
in PYX notation: 4.5. XML::PYX (Perl & XML)
in XML: 2.2. Markup, Elements, and Structure (Perl & XML)
declaring: 2.10. Declaring Elements and Attributes (Perl & XML)
locked and method, using with threads: 12.7.6. New Tricks (Programming Perl)
locked, subroutines: 17.2.2.4. The locked attribute (Programming Perl)
lvalue, subroutines: 12.7.6. New Tricks (Programming Perl)
modifying, code for: 10.1. Changing Attributes (Perl & LWP)
nodes: 9.3.2. Attributes of a Node (Perl & LWP)
objects, hashes of: 1.2.1.3. Complexities (Programming Perl)
subclass, overriding superclass ancestor: 12.7. Managing Instance Data (Programming Perl)
subroutines: 6.5. Subroutine Attributes (Programming Perl)
names, syntax for: 6.5.1. The locked and method Attributes (Programming Perl)
variable interpolation and: 29.2.107. our (Programming Perl)
attributes module: 8.3. attributes (Perl in a Nutshell)
attributes, object: 13.0.5. Some Notes on Object Terminology (Perl Cookbook)
13.3.1. Problem (Perl Cookbook)
inheritance and: 13.12.1. Problem (Perl Cookbook)
attributes property for Node class (DOM): 7.2.4.1. Properties (Perl & XML)
attrs module: 8.4. attrs (Perl in a Nutshell)
attrs module (obsolete): 32.1.13. Perl Language Extensions and Internals (Programming Perl)
attrs.pm (see attributes module)
audio, Perl modules for: 22.1. The CPAN modules Directory (Programming Perl)
Audio::Play::MPG123 program: 15.4.3. An MPG Player—tkmpg123 (Mastering Perl/Tk)
authentication: 1.5.4. Authentication (Perl & LWP)
11.3. Authentication (Perl & LWP)
Authorization header: 11.3. Authentication (Perl & LWP)
cookies and: 11.3.1. Comparing Cookies with Basic Authentication (Perl & LWP)
credentials( ) method: 11.3.2. Authenticating via LWP (Perl & LWP)
IP address example: 19.1.2. The Media Change Server, mediachanged (Mastering Perl/Tk)
security and: 11.3.3. Security (Perl & LWP)
Tcl and Perl considerations: 20.1. Security and Inter-Language Considerations (Mastering Perl/Tk)
Unicode mailing archive example: 11.4. An HTTP Authentication Example:The Unicode Mailing Archive (Perl & LWP)
user agents: 3.4.5. Authentication (Perl & LWP)
xauth: 20.1. Security and Inter-Language Considerations (Mastering Perl/Tk)
20.1. Security and Inter-Language Considerations (Mastering Perl/Tk)
xhost: 20.1. Security and Inter-Language Considerations (Mastering Perl/Tk)
authentication, Perl modules for: 22.1. The CPAN modules Directory (Programming Perl)
32.1.12. Authentication, Security, and Encryption (Programming Perl)
authentication, POP3: 16.1.3. Retrieving Email with Net::POP3 (Perl in a Nutshell)
authinfo( ) (Net::NNTP): 17.2.2. Net::NNTP Reference (Perl in a Nutshell)
authorization, Perl modules for: 22.1. The CPAN modules Directory (Programming Perl)
authorize( ) (Net::FTP): 18.2. Net::FTP (Perl in a Nutshell)
auth_type( ) (CGI.pm): 10.7. CGI.pm Reference (Perl in a Nutshell)
autobundle command (CPAN.pm): 2.4.4. Installing Modules with the CPAN Module (Perl in a Nutshell)
AutoCommit attribute (DBI): 12.2.3. Database Handles and Statement Handles (Perl in a Nutshell)
autodecrement (--) operator: 4.5.5. Autoincrement and Autodecrement (Perl in a Nutshell)
1.5.4. Unary Arithmetic Operators (Programming Perl)
3.3. Autoincrement and Autodecrement (Programming Perl)
magical: 13.3. Overloadable Operators (Programming Perl)
autodecrement operator (--): 10.6. Autoincrement and Autodecrement (Learning Perl)
autoEscape( ) (CGI.pm): 10.7. CGI.pm Reference (Perl in a Nutshell)
autoflush( ): 7.12.1. Problem (Perl Cookbook)
16.10.3. Discussion (Perl Cookbook)
autoflushing buffers: 28.2. Special Variables in Alphabetical Order (Programming Perl)
Glossary (Programming Perl)
autogeneration, overloading: 13.3. Overloadable Operators (Programming Perl)
Glossary (Programming Perl)
autoincrement and autodecrement: 13.3. Overloadable Operators (Programming Perl)
preventing: 13.5. When an Overload Handler Is Missing (nomethod and fallback) (Programming Perl)
autoincrement (++) operator: 4.5.5. Autoincrement and Autodecrement (Perl in a Nutshell)
1.5.4. Unary Arithmetic Operators (Programming Perl)
3.3. Autoincrement and Autodecrement (Programming Perl)
Glossary (Programming Perl)
magical: 3.3. Autoincrement and Autodecrement (Programming Perl)
13.3. Overloadable Operators (Programming Perl)
autoincrement operator (++): 10.6. Autoincrement and Autodecrement (Learning Perl)
autoload function (ExtUtils::Constant module): 8.69. ExtUtils::Constant (Perl in a Nutshell)
AUTOLOAD mechanism: 10.15.1. Problem (Perl Cookbook)
13.0.2. Methods (Perl Cookbook)
13.11.1. Problem (Perl Cookbook)
AUTOLOAD method: 12.5.4. Method Autoloading (Programming Perl)
AUTOLOAD subroutine: 10.2. Autoloading (Programming Perl)
12.5.4. Method Autoloading (Programming Perl)
AUTOLOAD subroutines: 4.6. goto (Programming Perl)
AutoLoader module: 12.10.1. Problem (Perl Cookbook)
8.5. AutoLoader (Perl in a Nutshell)
10.2. Autoloading (Programming Perl)
32.1.17. Module Installation Support (Programming Perl)
autoloading: Glossary (Programming Perl)
generating accessors with: 12.7.3. Generating Accessors with Autoloading (Programming Perl)
automatic, line-end processing: 19.1.3. Switches (Programming Perl)
automatic match variables: 9.5.2. The Automatic Match Variables (Learning Perl)
automation client: 23. OLE Automation (Perl in a Nutshell)
automation controller: 23. OLE Automation (Perl in a Nutshell)
automation modules: 23. OLE Automation (Perl in a Nutshell)
automation objects, creation of: 23. OLE Automation (Perl in a Nutshell)
automation server: 23. OLE Automation (Perl in a Nutshell)
autosetmode method: 18.4.3. The Tree Widget (Mastering Perl/Tk)
18.4.4. Tree Methods (Mastering Perl/Tk)
autosplit mode: 19.1.3. Switches (Programming Perl)
autosplit mode (with -a switch): Glossary (Programming Perl)
AutoSplit module: 8.6. AutoSplit (Perl in a Nutshell)
10.2. Autoloading (Programming Perl)
32.1.17. Module Installation Support (Programming Perl)
AutoSplit, portability of: 25.3. Files and Filesystems (Programming Perl)
autosplitting: 10.2. Autoloading (Programming Perl)
AutoTrace option (debugger): 20.3.3. Debugger Options (Programming Perl)
autotype( ) (SOAP::Lite): 14.2.1. SOAP::Lite Methods (Perl in a Nutshell)
autouse module: 8.7. autouse (Perl in a Nutshell)
32.1.17. Module Installation Support (Programming Perl)
autouse pragma: 31.2. use autouse (Programming Perl)
autovivification: 11.0.2. Anonymous Data (Perl Cookbook)
29.2.34. exists (Programming Perl)
Glossary (Programming Perl)
of filehandles: 29.2.104. open (Programming Perl)
typeglobs: 14.4.1. Filehandle-Tying Methods (Programming Perl)
AV (internal array value): 21.2. Internal Data Types (Programming Perl)
Glossary (Programming Perl)
available_drivers( ) (DBI): 12.3. DBI Methods (Perl in a Nutshell)
awk: 1.7. Regular Expressions (Programming Perl)
Glossary (Programming Perl)
converting to/from Perl: 2.9. Hashes (Programming Perl)
awk program working with XML::PYX: 4.5. XML::PYX (Perl & XML)


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