Perl Training In Bangalore
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RIA Training Bangalore offers the Best Perl Training from beginner level to advanced techniques, taught by experienced working professionals in Perl for more than 5 years. Our Perl Training in Bangalore you’ll learn real-time concepts in expert level in a practical manner.
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We Cover the following Topics in Perl Training
PERL Course Content
Variables - Scalars, Arrays and Hashes
- Scalar data - Numbers and Strings
- Scalar variables
- "print" function for output
- Getting user input using
- "chomp" and "chop" function
- "undef" value and "defined" function
- Defining Arrays and accessing Array elements
- Special Array Indices
- Array functions - pop, push, shift, unshift, reverse, sort
- Defining and accessing Hash Data Structure
- Hash functions - keys, values, each, exists, delete
Control Structures and I/O Basics
- comparison operators
- Associatively and precedence of operators
- perl's default variables $_ and @_
- "if" control structure
- "while" control structure
- Input from diamond <> operator and @ARGV
- "foreach" control structure
- "unless" and "until" control structure
- "else" and "elsif" clause
- "for" control structure
- Loop Controls - last, next, redo, Labelled blocks
- Logical operators - && and ||
- Ternary Operator, ?
- Formatted output with "printf"
- Functions - System and User defined
- Defining and Invoking Subroutines
- Passing values to subroutines
- Returning values from subroutines
- Subroutine private variables - "my" and "local"
- When to omit ampersand
- "strict" pragma
- • Exercises
- What are regular expressions
- Simple patterns, Metacharacters, Quantifiers, Grouping, Alternatives
- Understanding $`, $& and $'
- Character Classes and Character class shortcuts
- General Quantifiers
- Anchors and Mem Parentheses (Back references/Memory Variables)
Regular Expressions (Cont.)
- Case insensitive pattern matching
- Binding Operator
- Substitutions and global replacements
- Case Shifting
- "split" and "join" functions
File and Directory operations
- Understanding Filehandles and Standard Filehandles
- Opening, Using and Closing Filehandles
- Function "die" and "warn"
- Changing default output Filehandle
- File Tests
- Traversing around directories
- Directory Handles
- Creating, Removing, Renaming files and directories
- Modifying permissions, ownership, timestamp etc
- Function "system" and interacting with the shell
- Function "exec"
- Builtin hash %ENV
- Processes and Filehandles
- Using "fork" function
- Function "waitpid"
- Signals and function "kill"
Strings and Sorting
- Functions "index" and "rindex"
- Function "substr"
- Function "sprintf"
Complex Data Structures
- Arrays of Arrays
- Hashes of Arrays
- Arrays of Hashes
- Hashes of Hashes
Packages, Libraries and Modules
- Understanding packages
- Libraries, Functions "do" and "require", @INC and %INC
- Understanding and using modules
- BEGIN block
- CPAN and some simple modules
- Database programming using DBI module
- Defining a SQL string using DBI