Programming Perl for Geoscientists

Programming Perl for Geoscientists

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Perl, which stands for Practical Extraction and Reporting Language, is a scripting language originally developed by Larry Wall in 1987. It was meant for text manipulation, but now it is used for a wide range of tasks, including system administration, Web development, network programming, GUI development, and more. Whether youa€™re an information technology professional, a student, or an executive seeking to utilize Perl to help your organization, this book will help you to understand exactly what Perl is and how it can be used in various fields. Throughout the book, youa€™ll find examples, figures, and instructions on where you can find additional information online so you can effectively use Perl. Whether youa€™re working with vast amounts of information generated from seismic surveys, in the oil industry or another field, youa€™ll get essential tools with Programming Perl for Geoscientists.I wrote this book using a MacBook Air computer. ... In the case of the distribution available in ActiveState, now PerlTk changed to PerlTkx. ... In the case of Windows, I suggest to install the Perl interpreter available at http://strawberryperl. com/. ... you must do this as super user): perlMCPAN e shell After this, you will see the cpan prompt (figure 1.1, enclosed in a rectangle) Figure 1.1 Installing PerlTk cpanagt;anbsp;...


Title:Programming Perl for Geoscientists
Author: Dorian Oria San Martin
Publisher:Lulu Press, Inc - 2015-03-13
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