Command-line Perl for the shell

David Oswald (13.Jul.2017 at 14:00, 50 min)
Talk at OpenWest Conference 2017 (English - US)

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Bash is powerful. But part of the power of Bash is its ability to link together the power of other tools such as sed, grep, find... and even Perl. If you have this feeling that there may be a lot of power useful to the shell locked away in the mysteries of Perl your suspicions are correct.

Shell users are divided into two groups; "those people" who know how to invoke Perl usefully from the command line, and everyone else. Together we'll try to demystify Perl's use on the command line so that you, too, can learn to be one of "those people."

This talk should be generally useful not only to Perl developers, but also to anyone who spends time in a shell. [294]

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