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  • 1. PERL Table of Contents 1. Introduction to Perl a. What is Perl b. Perl History c. Writing first Perl script d. Executing Perl scripts 2. Basic Data Types a. Scalar Data types b. Variable Interpolation c. Escape sequences d. Numeric Function Interpolation e. String Functions 3. Operators in Perl a. Arthematic Operators b. Comparison Operators c. Logical Operators d. Auto Increment / Decrement Operators i. With Numerics ii. With Strings e. String Repetion Operators 4. Lists and Array Variables a. Introduction to Lists b. Introduction to Arrays
  • 2. c. Fast creation and access d. Operations on Lists and Arrays e. Built-in Array functions 5. Control Structures a. Conditional Statements b. Single line conditions statements c. Relational & Logical Operators d. Control Loops i. For loop in perl ii. Foreach loop in perl iii. do / redo statements iv. next, last, continue keywords 6. Hashes in Perl (Associative Arrays) a. What are Associative Arrays? b. Difference between Arrays and Associative Arrays. c. Creating Associative Arrays and access elements d. Built-in Hash functions 7. File System Interaction a. What is a file? b. Various modes of file operations. c. File Handles and File Handling d. File and Arrays e. File handle switches viz –e, -f, -d, -b, -z, -s etc
  • 3. f. Error Handling g. Directory Processing 8. Using Subroutines a. What are subroutines in Perl b. Defining and invoking Subroutines c. Returning Values from a subroutines d. Variable scoping e. Passing arguments to a subroutine f. Nested subroutine calls g. System defined subroutines i.g. BEGIN, END, AUTOLOAD 9. Regular Expressions (aka RegEx) a. Introduction to Pattern matching b. Wildcards and Character Classes c. Recovering previous matches d. Greedy and Mimimal Searching e. Substitution & Translations 10. References in Perl a. What are references b. Using Backslash Operator () and Anonymous References c. 2-dimentional arrays d. Passing arguments to subroutines using Arrays 11. Perl Modules and Packages a. What are packages and Modules b. Writing Your first Package and Module
  • 4. c. Using Modules in perl scripts i. use ii. require iii. do d. Introduction to basic CPAN modules 12. CGI Programming a. What is CGI b. CGI Programming methods c. Writing your first CGI program i. Basic HTML page rendering ii. Dealing with basic form elements (text box, submit, reset buttons etc) iii. Using GET & POST methods 13. Database Management Interface (Theoritical Sessions) a. Why Database b. What is DBI / DBM c. Connecting to DB using DBI Module i. Exception handing in connection ii. Running DDL, DML statemens iii. Fetching data from DB and putting into files iv. Reading from Files and inserting / updating into DB