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<a href="">Perl</a> is a useful language for working on
Linux and other flavours of UNIX as well as on many other platforms where it
is available (including the Palm Pilot ;-)). Perl is useful for text
processing and generation, GUI programming, system administration,
programming for the Web, working with databases, and most other things which 
are not very time sensitive.

The material of these lectures aims to give a good introduction to the basic
and most important elements of Perl programming. Knowledge of another
programming language is recommended, but is not necessary.

If you have any other questions or comments regarding this series, send an 
E-mail to <a href="">the club's</a> mailing-list.

<h2>Available Material</h2>
<a href="lecture1/">The first lecture</a> 
(in an  <a href="Perl_Newbies_Lecture_1.tar.gz">archive</a>)
<br />
<a href="lecture2/">The second lecture</a>
(in an  <a href="Perl_Newbies_Lecture_2.tar.gz">archive</a>)
<br />
<a href="lecture3/">The third lecture</a>
(in an  <a href="Perl_Newbies_Lecture_3.tar.gz">archive</a>)
<br />
<a href="summary.txt">Summary of the lectures</a>

<h2>Quick Links</h2>

<a href="">The Haifa Linux Club</a><br />
<a href="">The Perl Homepage</a><br />
<a href="">The Israeli Perl Mongers Homepage</a><br />
<a href=""></a> - a useful perl portal.<br /> 
<a href="">
Beginner's Introduction to Perl</a><br />
<a href="">Use Perl;</a> - Perl News<br />
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