Perl Language Tutorial:

Getting started with Perl Language

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Perl is the camel of languages: useful, but not always beautiful. It has rather good documentation of its own which can be accessed using the perldoc command from your shell/command prompt. It's also available online at perldoc.perl.org.

VersionRelease NotesRelease Date
1.0001987-12-18
2.0001988-06-05
3.0001989-10-18
4.0001991-03-21
5.0001994-10-17
5.0011995-05-13
5.0021996-02-29
5.0031996-06-25
5.004perl5004delta1997-05-15
5.005perl5005delta1998-07-22
5.6.0perl56delta2000-03-22
5.8.0perl58delta2002-07-18
5.8.8perl581delta,
perl582delta,
perl583delta,
perl584delta,
perl585delta,
perl586delta,
perl587delta,
perl588delta
2006-02-01
5.10.0perl5100delta2007-12-18
5.12.0perl5120delta2010-04-12
5.14.0perl5140delta2011-05-14
5.16.0perl5160delta2012-05-20
5.18.0perl5180delta2013-05-18
5.20.0perl5200delta2014-05-27
5.22.0perl5220delta2015-06-01
5.24.0perl5240delta2016-05-09
5.26.0perl5260delta2017-05-30

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