Perl Programming Classes
Perl is a cross-platform programming language that can work with HTML, XML, and CGI in developing Web scripts and interactive Web pages. It is also frequently used for UNIX administration. Master the skills necessary to effectively script in Perl by attending a hands-on instructor-led class at the Computer Education & Training Center at UMSL.
(Prerequisite: Introduction to Programming Concepts or equivalent experience.) Perl is a flexible programming language used by system and network administrators, Web developers, and database administrators. In this course, you will explore the basics of Perl and learn the language structure. Practice creating loops, working with conditionals, and using variables. Discover how to create arrays and hashes, format reports, and match patterns. Create subroutines and work with modules. Discover how to access and manipulate files and how to use Perl to access remote databases. Learn about Web interfaces and Perl's built-in CGI (Common Gateway Interface) Module. [Course Outline]
|Two-Day Class Meets 8:30am-4:00pm (13 hours)|
|G7667||Mon., May 1 & Tues., May 2||West County||Lloyd Abernathy|
|E8165||Tues., Sept. 5 & Wed., Sept. 6||West County||Lloyd Abernathy|