No matter what language they are using, there is one book that all programmers own--a comprehensive language and command reference. This book covers five languages and provides readers with each language broken down into two distinct areas--the ideal book for all Web programmers.\naquot;; wantarray ? (a, b, c) : 0; } It is possible to return from a subroutine before the last statement by using the return ... In Perl 4, this problem can be avoided by passing the arrays by reference using a typeglob (see the following section). In Perl 5anbsp;...
|Title||:||Web Programming Desktop Reference 6-in-1|
|Author||:||Rick Darnell, Robert Mullen|
|Publisher||:||Que Pub - 1996|