Linux Journal Contents #35, March 1997
Mar 01, 1997 By Staff
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 .
News & Articles
by Matthew Crosby
Using the 12C Bus with Linux
by Simon G. Vogl
The Death of Xenix
by Evan Leibovitch
The Guide to Virtual Services
by Chad Robinson
by Dan Wilder
Setting Up UUCP
by James L Hill
Product Review Metro-X and Accelerated-X
by Jonathan Gross
Book Review Programming Perl
by Phil Hughes
Book Review Perl 5 by Example
by Sid Wentworth
Writing Man Pages in HTML
by Michael Hamilton
A Point About Polygons
by Bob Stein
At the Forge Using the httpd error log to debug CGI
by Reuven Lerner
Letters to the Editor
Linux Means Business
Linux Means Business for the City of Garden Grove, CA
by Pyng Chang and Charles Kalil
Using the TCSH Shell
by Jasper K Pedersen
Best of Technical Support
by Gena Shurtleff
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