Linux Journal Contents #35, March 1997

Linux Journal Issue #35/March 1997

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  • Creating and Using a Database with Perl  by Randy Scott
    There are a variety of different database formats in a UNIX environment available to the Perl programmer.
  • Perl and Sockets  by Mike Mull
    Learn about Perl's ability to use sockets, a mechanism of interprocess communication and the basis for most Internet clients and servers.
  • Wherefore Art, Thou?  by Larry Wall
    The discourse on the art of Perl programming, originally printed in The Perl Journal .

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