Perl Programming Training Institute

Csdt is one of the leading Perl Training Institute in patna. Certified experts at TecMax are real-time consultants at multinational companies and have more than 5+ years of experience in Perl Training. Our Trainers have conducted more than 200 classes and have extensive experience in teaching Perl in most simple manner for the benefit of sudents.

◾ We have advanced lab facilities for students to practice Perl course and get hands-on experience in every topics that are covered under Perl Training. In the presence of Perl Trainer, students can execute all the techniques that has been explained by the instructor. Course Material for Perl is specifically designed to cover all the advanced topics and each of the module will have both theory and practical classes.

◾Perl Batch Timings at csdt are flexible and students can choose to join the batch as per their requirements. We have a batch starting every week for Perl for regular students. Weekend batches and fast track batches for Perl training can be arranged based on the requirement. All our students will get placement assistance in Perl after successfully completing the Perl training from our institute. We are committed to provide high-quality training and provide assistance to get you the right job.

Perl Training Overview

Perl training teaches Perl developers the skills they need to fully utilize object-oriented features, interact with databases, use Perl/Tk, extend Perl with C/C++, and write their own Perl modules.

Perl Training Objectives

  • ✔️ Debug Perl applications using a variety of tools
  • ✔️Manipulate lists
  • ✔️Create packages
  • ✔️Utilize Perl’s object-oriented features and write their own classes
  • ✔️Install and use Perl modules
  • ✔️Integrate Perl scripts with databases using the DBI module
  • ✔️Explore the fundamentals of Perl/Tk programming
  • ✔️Extend Perl with C/C++
  • ✔️Develop their own Perl modules
  • ✔️Perl Training Content

    Expert List Manipulation

  • ✔️The grep Operator
  • ✔️Lists, Arrays, and List Operators
  • ✔️Context
  • ✔️Context and Subroutines
  • ✔️Initializing Arrays and Hashes
  • ✔️Reference Syntax
  • ✔️Auto-vivification
  • ✔️Defined Values
  • ✔️Other List Operators

Persistent Private Subroutine Variables

  • ✔️Closures
  • ✔️The eval Operator
  • ✔️The Block Form of eval
  • ✔️The String Form of eval
  • ✔️Block Form of eval for Exception Handling
  • ✔️Packages

Debugging

  • Warnings
  • ✔️Diagnostic Messages
  • ✔️Carping, Confessing, and Croaking
  • ✔️Strict Checks
  • ✔️Compiler Pragmas
  • ✔️ Debugging Flags
  • ✔️Your Perl Configuration
  • ✔️The Devel:: Peek Module
  • ✔️The Data:: Dumper Module

Usage of map, grep, and for each

  • ✔️Blocks and Code References
  • ✔️Blocks
  • ✔️Subroutines
  • ✔️Subroutine Prototypes
  • ✔️ Code Refs and Anonymous Subroutines
  • ✔️Typeglobbing for the Non-Squeamish
  • ✔️Local (Dynamic) Variables
  • ✔️Lexical Variables

Review of Packages

  • ✔️BEGIN and END Blocks
  • ✔️Symbol Tables
  • ✔️Package Variables
  • ✔️Calling Package Subroutines
  • ✔️Importing Package Symbols
  • ✔️Exporting Package Symbols
  • ✔️Using the Exporter Package
  • ✔️The use Function
  • ✔️AUTOLOAD and @ISA
  • ✔️AutoLoader and SelfLoader
  • ✔️Objects and Classes