+<latemp_subject "Links to Perl Exercises and Challenges" />
+In order to learn Perl well (or any other language), one eventually needs
+to write actual code with it. This page contains links to programming exercises
+and challenges that can be solved using Perl.
+<h2 id="the_list">The List</h2>
+<h3 id="learning-perl"><a href="$(ROOT)/books/#learning-perl">Learning
+The book "Learning Perl" by Randal Schwartz et al contains many exercises
+for beginning Perl programmers.
+<h3 id="beginning-perl"><a href="$(ROOT)/books/#beginning-perl">Beginning
+The book "Beginning Perl" by Simon Cozens and later on James Lee also contains
+some exercises. The first edition of the book is available online.
+<h3 id="project-euler"><a href="http://projecteuler.net/">Project Euler</a></h3>
+"Project Euler is a series of challenging mathematical/computer programming
+problems that will require more than just mathematical insights to solve".
+One can learn a lot from solving these challenges. In case you're having a
+difficulty, then you can find solutions to some of these problems here:
+<a href="http://bitbucket.org/shlomif/project-euler">Shlomi Fish's
+Solutions to Project Euler</a> - mostly in Perl.
+to the Euler Problems in the Haskell programming language</a> - on the Haskell
+A web search for a "euler" and a particular question number may also provide
+But remember to always try to solve it on your own first.