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pack function: 16.2. Manipulating Data with pack and unpack
packages: B.3. Packages
parameter lists: 4.5. Arguments
empty: 4.8.2. Empty Parameter Lists
variable-length: 4.8. Variable-length Parameter Lists
parent processes, managing: 14. Process Management
parentheses
file tests and: 11.6. File Tests
grouping patterns with: 7.2.3. Grouping in Patterns
indicating precedence: 2.6.2. Operator Precedence and Associativity
optional use of: 3.4.1. The pop and push Operators
with print function: 6.4. Output to Standard Output
with memory function: 8.4. Memory Parentheses
partial-evaluation operators: 10.9.3. Control Structures Using Partial-Evaluation Operators
password databases (Unix): B.7.1. Direct System Database Access
PATH environment variable: 14.3. The Environment Variables
pattern match operator (m//): 9.1. Matches with m//
patterns: 7.1. What Are Regular Expressions?
7.1. What Are Regular Expressions?
7.2. Using Simple Patterns
manpages for: 8.5.2. And There's More
split operator and: 9.7. The split Operator
test program for: 7.3. A Pattern Test Program
percent sign (%): 6.5. Formatted Output with printf
indicating conversion: 6.5. Formatted Output with printf
indicating entire hash: 5.2.1. The Hash as a Whole
printing: 6.5. Formatted Output with printf
performance, slowed by automatic match variables: 9.5.2. The Automatic Match Variables
period (see dot)
Perl: 1.2. What Does "Perl" Stand For?
advanced techniques for: 17. Some Advanced Perl Techniques
bugs in: 1.3.2. How Can I Get Support for Perl?
reporting: 1.3.4. What If I Find a Bug in Perl?
converting other programming languages to: B.25. Converting Other Languages to Perl
current trends in: 1.2.4. What's Happening with Perl Now?
documentation for: 1.3.3. Are There Any Other Kinds of Support?
B.1. Further Documentation
libraries and modules for: B.4. Extending Perl's Functionality
licenses for: 1.3. How Can I Get Perl?
mailing lists and newsgroups for: 1.3.3. Are There Any Other Kinds of Support?
obtaining: 1.3. How Can I Get Perl?
portability and: 1.1.2. Why Are There So Many Footnotes?
1.2.2. Is Perl Easy or Hard?
reasons for using/not using: 1.2.5. What's Perl Really Good For?
security and: B.14. Security
B.16. The Common Gateway Interface (CGI)
support for: 1.3.2. How Can I Get Support for Perl?
Perl identifiers: 2.5. Scalar Variables
Perl Monastery: 1.3.3. Are There Any Other Kinds of Support?
perlboot manpage, object-oriented programming and: B.20.2. Object-Oriented Programming
perlbug utility: 1.3.4. What If I Find a Bug in Perl?
perldata manpage, here documents and: B.8.2. Here documents
perldebug manpage: B.15. Debugging
perldiag manpage: 1.4.2. What's Inside That Program?
errors and: 17.1. Trapping Errors with eval
warnings explained in: 2.4. Perl's Built-in Warnings
perldoc command: 1.5. A Whirlwind Tour of Perl
perldoc manpage: B.1. Further Documentation
perldsc manpage, data structures and: B.20.1. Complex Data Structures
perlfaq manpage: 10.5. The elsif Clause
B.1. Further Documentation
perlfork manpage: B.31. Threads and Forking
perlform manpage, formats and: B.12. Formats
perlfunc manpage: 10.4. The Naked Block Control Structure
format letters and: 16.2. Manipulating Data with pack and unpack
grep operator and: B.10.1. map and grep
map operator and: B.10.1. map and grep
mathematical functions and: B.9.1. Advanced Math Functions
operators and: B.8. Other Operators and Functions
splice operator and: B.10.2. The splice Operator
System V IPC and: B.13.1. System V IPC
vec operator and: B.11. Bits and Pieces
perlipc manpage: 14.6. Getting Down and Dirty with Fork
perlipc module, System V IPC and: B.13.1. System V IPC
perllexwarn manpage: 2.4. Perl's Built-in Warnings
perllocale manpage: B.30. Locales and Unicode
perllol manpage, data structures and: B.20.1. Complex Data Structures
perlmod manpage
syntax extensions and: B.19. Syntax Extensions
writing modules and: B.4.4. Writing Your Own Modules
perlmodinstall manpage: B.4.3. Finding and Installing Modules
perlmodlib manpage
pragmas and: B.6. Pragmas
writing modules and: B.4.4. Writing Your Own Modules
perlobj manpage, object-oriented programming and: B.20.2. Object-Oriented Programming
perlop manpage
bitwise operators and: 11.6.4. Using Bitstrings
operators and: B.8. Other Operators and Functions
perlopentut manpage, filehandles and: B.29. More Ways to Open Filehandles
perlpod manpage: B.28. Embedded Documentation
perlport manpage, standard input/output and: 11.1. What Is a Filehandle?
perlre manpage: 8.5.2. And There's More
B.2. Regular expressions
perlref manpage, references and: B.20. References
perlreftut manpage, references and: B.20. References
perlrequick manpage: 8.5.2. And There's More
B.2. Regular expressions
perlretut manpage: 8.5.2. And There's More
B.2. Regular expressions
perlrun manpage, command-line options and: 16.4.1. In-place Editing from the Command Line
B.17. Command-Line Options
perlsec manpage: B.14. Security
perlsyn manpage: 10.7. The for Control Structure
continue block and: 10.8.2. The next Operator
syntax extensions and: B.19. Syntax Extensions
perlthrtut manpage: B.31. Threads and Forking
perltie manpage, tied variables and: B.21. Tied Variables
perltoc manpage: B.1. Further Documentation
perlvar manpage, builtin variables and: B.18. Built in Variables
permissions
changing: 13.5. Modifying Permissions
Unix and: 13.1. Removing Files
pipe (|): 11.1. What Is a Filehandle?
processes and: 14.5. Processes as Filehandles
plain-old documentation format: B.28. Embedded Documentation
plus sign (+), as quantifier: 7.2.2. Simple Quantifiers
pod format: B.28. Embedded Documentation
pointers (C programming language): B.20. References
pop operator: 3.4.1. The pop and push Operators
portability: 1.1.2. Why Are There So Many Footnotes?
1.2.2. Is Perl Easy or Hard?
modules and: 13.8.3. The File::Spec Module
POSIX module: B.5.9. The POSIX Module
math functions and: B.9.1. Advanced Math Functions
postincrements/postdecrements: 10.6.1. The Value of Autoincrement
pound sign (#) in comments: 1.4.2. What's Inside That Program?
Practical Extraction and Report Language (see Perl)
pragmas: 4.10. The use strict Pragma
B.6. Pragmas
integer: 2.2.1. All Numbers Are the Same Format Internally
precedence: 2.6.2. Operator Precedence and Associativity
8.5. Precedence
partial-evaluation operators and: 10.9.3. Control Structures Using Partial-Evaluation Operators
table of: 2.6.2. Operator Precedence and Associativity
preincrements/predecrements: 10.6.1. The Value of Autoincrement
print function: 2.6. Output with print
databases records and: 16.3. Fixed-length Random-access Databases
filehandles and: 11.4. Using Filehandles
newlines and: 6.4. Output to Standard Output
optional parentheses and: 6.4. Output to Standard Output
output and: 6.4. Output to Standard Output
printf function: 6.5. Formatted Output with printf
filehandles and: 11.4. Using Filehandles
private variables (see lexical variables)
processes
as filehandles: 14.5. Processes as Filehandles
managing: 14. Process Management
programming: 1.4. How Do I Make a Perl Program?
10.1.1. The else Clause with unless
automatic match variables and: 9.5.2. The Automatic Match Variables
text editor for: 1.4. How Do I Make a Perl Program?
programming languages
C, operators and: 10.9.2. The Ternary Operator, ?:
converting to Perl: B.25. Converting Other Languages to Perl
low-level vs. high-level: 1.2.1. Why Didn't Larry Just Use Some Other Language?
structured: 10.8. Loop Controls
Programming Perl: 1.2.1. Why Didn't Larry Just Use Some Other Language?
as documentation for Perl: 1.3.3. Are There Any Other Kinds of Support?
programs: 10.8.1. The last Operator
example of in a nutshell: 1.5. A Whirlwind Tour of Perl
exit status and: 11.3. Fatal Errors with die
last operator for exiting early: 10.8.1. The last Operator
name of
die function and: 11.3. Fatal Errors with die
warn function and: 11.3.1. Warning Messages with warn
running over the Web: 1.4.3. But How Do I Compile Perl?
prototypes: 4.11.1. Omitting the Ampersand
push operator: 3.4.1. The pop and push Operators


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