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I have been searching to find a very good collection of perl books, by the way I have found the below set which will be very useful for perl lovers, if I am missing some books, please let me know about it. I have just collected it, by looking each one of them in, read the reviews, table of contents.
S.No. Book Author 1 Learning Perl Randal L. Schwartz 2 Intermediate Perl Randal L. Schwartz 3 Mastering Perl brian d foy 4 Object Oriented Perl: A Comprehensive Guide to Concepts and Prog +ramming Techniques Damian Conway 5 Programming the Perl DBI Tim Bunce 6 Programming Perl Larry Wall 7 Learning Perl Objects, References, and Modules Randal L. Schw +artz 8 Programming Web Services with Perl Randy J. Ray, Pavel Kulchen +ko 9 Perl Cookbook 10 Effective Perl Programming: Writing Better Programs with Perl + Randal Schwartz, Joseph N. Hall 11 Perl Hacks: Tips & Tools for Programming, Debugging, and Surviv +ing chromatic, Damian Conway, Curtis "Ovid" Poe 12 Higher-Order Perl Mark Jason Dominus 13 Perl Best practices Damian ConwayExtending and 14 Emb +edding Perl Tim Jenness, Simon Cozens 15 Network Programming with Perl Lincoln D. Stein 16 Perl Medic Peter J. Scott 17 Perl Testing Ian Langworth, Chromatic 18 Mastering Algorithms with perl Jon Orwant, Jarkko Hietaniemi,a +nd John Macdonald 19 Practical mod_perl Stas Bekman, Eric Cholet 20 Teach Yourself CGI Programming With Perl in a Week Eric Herrma +nn

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