Fundamentals for Perl Programming
Course Code - IB-102 Duration - 1 Day
This hands-on course gives those with limited programming experience, an introduction to basic programming constructs used in the Perl language.
The course provides prerequisite knowledge for the course 'Perl Programming & Applications' ('IB-103') for those without experience in a C-like language.
The course covers program structuring and fundamental programming constructs: input and output, variables, conditional processing, loops and subroutines. In particular, it explains how these constructs are implemented in Perl.
Who Should Attend
Programmers who have experience in languages such as Visual Basic, Pascal or Delphi are well-advised to attend this course prior to attendance on 'Perl Programming & Applications' ('IB-103').
Previous programming experience in any structured language is required.
Expressions & operators
Control structures 1
Control structures 2