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Chapter 2: Chapter 3: Chapter 4: Chapter 5: Chapter 6: Chapter 7: Chapter 8: Chapter 9: Chapter Appendix A: Appendix B: Appendix C: Why Did Larry Create Perl?
Is Perl Easy or Hard? How Can I Get Perl? Is There Any Kind of Support? A Whirlwind Tour of Perl Exercises 2. Hashes What Is a Hash?
Why Use a Hash? You have to bite the bullet sometime, so it might as well be now. We add some more module examples as well.
And brian d foy for being the lead writer beginning with the fourth edition, and taking that eternal to-do item out of my inbox so that it would finally happen.
As always, a special thanks to Lyle and Jack, for teaching me nearly everything I know about writing.
For the third edition of this book, Linda Mui was our editor, and I still thank her, for her patience in pointing out which jokes and footnotes were most excessive, while pointing out that she is in no way to blame for the ones that remain.
Both she and Randal have guided me through the process of writing, and I am grateful.
In a previous edition, Allison Randal took charge; now Simon St. Laurent has become the editor.
My thanks go to each of them in recognition of their unique contributions. And another echo with regard to Randal and the other Stonehenge trainers, who hardly ever complained when I unexpectedly updated the course materials to try out a new teaching technique.
You folks have contributed many different viewpoints on teaching methods that I would never have seen. To the many folks on Usenet who have given me your appreciation and encouragement for my contributions there, thanks.