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    1. The Perl DBI
    This tutorial will guide you through a gentle introduction to the perl DBI. Learn how to use the Perl DBI to interact with your database; extract data, insert data, update data and more.
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    2. A Short Guide to DBI
    Here is a short guide to DBI (The Perl Database Interface Module). Topics include: General information about relational databases, Example of How to Use DBI, Cached Queries, Transactions, and more.
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    3. Disk-based data structures (DBM)
    For those who don't want to get tied up with a relational database and all the supporting software needed, yet still need to store a dataset to disk for future use, this tutorial provides several Perl DBM, or database management, solutions which have much less overheard than DBI and are a quick way to store and use Perl data structures to and from disk.
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    4. Dabbling in Live Databases: MySQL
    This article focuses on setting up MySQL and understanding its various management complexities. Shows how to create a MySQL database and populate a table with data.
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    5. Using a flat-file database in Perl
    Web developers often need ways of speeding up the development process, without spending thousands of dollars for software. Here's how to build an easy to use flat-file database in Perl and access it via a web page.
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    6. Perl POD
    Documentation for Perl. A must read for all Perl programmers and developers. This is a FREE service.
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    7. Perl Modules Docs
    Documentation for the more common Perl modules. A must read for all Perl programmers and developers. This is a FREE service.
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    8. Genetic algorithms applied with Perl
    Based on the Darwinian principle of survival of the fittest, genetic programming uses mutation and replication to produce algorithms for creating ever-improving computer programs. In this column, you'll get to know the genetic algorithm in simple terms. This article provides Perl implementations for some specific tasks, which you can adapt for generic use. To demonstrate the genetic algorithm, the author breeds numbers for fitness to a formula, and letters to form English words.
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    9. Using CGI::Application
    The author writes 'CGI::Application builds upon the bedrock of CGI, adding a structure for writing truly reusable Web-applications. CGI::Application takes what works about CGI and simply provides a structure to negate some of the more onerous programming techniques that have cast an unfavorable light upon it. CGI::Application code is so universal and non-proprietary that it works exceedingly well on any operating system and Web server that supports Perl and CGI. The CGI::Application structure makes it possible for authors to distribute, for the first time, fully functional and sophisticated Web-applications via CPAN.
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    10. Benchmarking Perl
    In this Part 21 of 'The Perl You Need To Know' series, it covers the Benchmark module ?the handy Perl stopwatch that allows you to time, optimize, and slim down on code.
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