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Friday, January 3, 2014

Perl Scripting Course

This course Recommended duration: 16 hours (2 days @ 8 hours per day)


Participants attending this training program should be competent in the following: -

  • Good experience in any programming language 
  • Fair knowledge of Windows/Linux/UNIX.


After undergoing this training program, the participants should be comfortable with:

  •  Writing Perl Scripts using Active Perl on Windows and bundled Perl on UNIX platforms. 
  •  Understanding complex Perl scripts. 
  • Create scripts for automating routine system administration/management tasks. 
  • Create scripts for managing/monitoring processes, system resources, network hosts and files. 
  • Deeper understanding of Perl data structures, text processing and regular expressions. 
  • Applying Perl scripts for interfacing to Network services and network automation 
  • Applying Perl scripts for parsing textual data, CSV format spreadsheets and XML. 
  • Connectivity to SQL compliant RDBMS and DBM-style databases. 
  • Basic overview on CGI applications Lab requirements: - This training program is largely lab-oriented, where each participant will have to try out various Exercises provided by the instructor during the training Sessions. - Most of the key concepts will be explained by instructor by writing and demonstrating scripts in real-time.

Perl Course outline

PERL Course Content
  1. Intro to Perl
    • What is PERL?
    • How to Run Perl Script?
    • PERL Syntax
  2. Types of Variables
    • Scalar Variables
    • Array Variables
    • Array Indexing
    • Array Operations
    • Hash Variables (Associative Arrays)
    • Hash Operations
  3. File Handling in Perl
    • File Handling
    • Read / Write Files
  4. Strings
    • Comparision Operators
    • String Operators
  5. Control Structures
    • If / unless statements
    • While / until statements
    • For statements
    • Foreach statements
  6. Functions (Subroutines)
    • Function Definition
    • Calling a Function
    • Passing Parameters
    • Local Variables
    • Returning Values
    • More About Functions
    • Special Variables
    • Special Variable Types
    • Filehandle Special Variables
    • Local Special Variables
    • Global Special Variables
  7. RegEX (Regular Expressions)
    • Matching
    • Match Operator
    • Simple Matching
    • Literal Matching
    • Substituting
    • Splitting
    • Quantifiers
    • Metacharacters
    • Assertions
    • Character Classes
    • Alternatives
    • Transliteration
  8. Pointers in PERL (References)
    • Scalar Reference
    • Anonymous Scalar Reference
    • Array Reference
    • Anonymous Array Reference
    • Hash Reference
    • Anonymous Hash Reference
    • Function or Subroutine Reference
  9. PERL Module
    • How to use a module
    • How Module gets loaded
    • Dealing with Databases via PERL
    • Database Connection
    • DBI and DBD
    • Database Operations
    • CGI (Common Gateway Interface)
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