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Posted on 03-08-09 22:10
I want to expand my programming horizons and I am thinking perl, I looked on google and came up with a load of different ones, but can anyone reccomend a good compiler for a perl begginner?


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Posted on 03-08-09 22:28
Ok, now i have that, I guess I need something to write it, the other languages i use there both included, what would work?


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Posted on 03-08-09 22:28
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http://strawberry. . .

Huh, never heard of that. It seems pretty cool though. Also, OP, I don't mean to nit-pick, but Perl is an interpreted language, not a compiled language, so you would want a Perl interpreter. However, it is possible to compile Perl code into a standalone executable.

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Posted on 03-08-09 22:30
Dude you are going to have to help me out, never programmed in perl, but I am seeing examples, just none giving an interpreter, I am asking what I use, so a text editor would work I will give that a try


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Posted on 03-08-09 22:33
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Dude you are going to have to help me out, never programmed in perl, but I am seeing examples, just none giving an interpreter, I am asking what I use, so a text editor would work I will give that a try

Assuming you have a perl interpreter installed, write some perl code in any text editor you want, save it as a *.pl file, then in the command prompt/terminal type:

perl /path/to/perlfile.pl

Edit: MoshBat beat me to it Pfft

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Posted on 03-08-09 22:34
got it, thanks guys, and what was that notepad extra called? notepad + or notepad 2 wasnt it?




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Posted on 03-08-09 23:24
Yeah, got it and using it, thanks i like the syntax hilighter,

And one last thing, im looking for good learner lessons, but they all seem to cost, are there any free ones at all?


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Posted on 04-08-09 14:04
I already said i have, and all i can find is either links to ebooks that costs or extracts that are of no use because they contain no useful info


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Posted on 04-08-09 15:12
First off. Shut the FUCK up. Apparently you HAVEN'T looked cause this whole thread is shit you could have fucking google'd.

And as for your sig, WHO are you outsmarting? Shit... good luck with that.
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Posted on 04-08-09 19:27
Zenrith, dude. No need to be so pissed off over that.

OP, I recommend perl monks http://www.perlmo. . .=Tutorials and programming tutorial's perl page, at
http://programmin. . ./perl.aspx




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Posted on 04-08-09 20:55
yeah the problem still stands, no idea why, it worked fine last night, it ran in the cmd box, but then this happens now


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Posted on 05-08-09 18:30
You still haven't told us which interpreter did you use, I just realized that. And have you tried compiling it from the command prompt as I had suggested?


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Posted on 05-08-09 21:30
I am usign active perl ver 5.10.0, and I am not sure how to compile from command prompt, I have run the script with and without the perl prefix, and I get the same result


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Posted on 06-08-09 23:38
OK I do all that, and when i get to the "flash of command prompt" all i get it a blank cmd that stays on screen. same goes with running it through cmd


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Posted on 07-08-09 01:11
Here.. I took the time and recorded a video on how to make and run a simple perl script. I used fedora 11, so you will need to slightly change things around for windows... Hopefully you can manage?

http://rapidshare.com/files/264562323/out-3.ogv.html

Also have a extra video for how to use a variable....

http://rapidshare.com/files/264565572/out-2.ogv.html


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Posted on 07-08-09 01:44
MoshBat wrote:
I gave him a step-by-step.
I really doubt a video of the most simple tasks is going to help, if he can't even follow instructions...

Unless, guys, there is some *actual* problem...
Nahh.


Good point, maybe he will learn a tiny bit about vi then? (Or seeing that in the video will confuse the hell out of him.)


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Posted on 07-08-09 02:02
MoshBat wrote:
"Where's the start button?"...
"Why are there two bars?"...
"What's happened to the multi-coloured flag?"...

Lets not forget
"Vi is broken, I type stuff but it doesn't show up"


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