Pro Perl Parsing
* The first book focused solely on data parsing, a task commonly deemed Perl’s greatest strength
* Couples an introduction to data parsing concepts and techniques with practical instruction regarding the key Perl modules capable of facilitating often complex parsing tasks
* The author, Christopher Frenz, is a bioinformaticist and expert on Perl and scientific computing
Christopher M. Frenz is a bioinformaticist at New York Medical College and is the author of Visual Basic and Visual Basic.NET for Scientists and Engineers. Frenz is an expert in Perl and scientific programming, in addition to the .NET platform.
*An electronic version of a printed book that can be read on a computer or handheld device designed specifically for this purpose.
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