I am leading a perl Team of 7 members. These seven members are very new to perl. They had only 5 days of training in perl.
Now I have to give them some Exercise program in perl, which would test there knowledge in Basic Datatypes in perl, Special Variables in Perl, Perl File Handling operations, Subroutines and regular expression.
I would like you all to give either a site which contains many perl Exercises or give me your own exercises, which I can use it for my team.
NOTE: Each Exercise should take atleast one day of time to finish.
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