Thanks for visiting perl101.org. We hope to provide you with everything that every Perl programmer should know.
Our goal is not to cover everything in Perl, or make you an expert. What we've found, though, is that many Perl programmers don't know what they don't know. Perl101.org hopes to change that.
The source for this site is kept on GitHub at http://github.com/GeekRuthie/perl101. If you'd like to help add to this site, drop Ruth Holloway a note by creating an issue on the GitHub repository.
Thanks to the following folks for their contributions: Andy Lester, María Inés Parnisari, Rich Bowen, Drew Stephens, Usman Jan, Adam Sjøgren, Jeremiah Foster, Ben Hengst, Amanda with no last name, Clyde Forrester, Kent Cowgill, Elias Lutfallah, Elliot Shank, Mike O'Regan, Pete Krawczyk and the Chicago Perl Mongers (http://chicago.pm.org).
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