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Perl Training Syllabus

Introduction to PERL

  • What is Perl?
  • Features of Perl
  • Where and why Perl is used
  • Introduction to CPAN

Introduction to Perl as a Programming Language

  • Procedural Programming Language and Object Oriented Programming Languages: A brief look
  • Difference between Perl and other Programming Languages
  • The Perl as a Interpreted Language
  • Perl Scripting

Introduction to Perl Scripting

  • Shebang notation
  • strict pragma
  • Warnings
  • Difference between .pl and .pm files
  • Environment variables

LAB 1 :

  • Installing Perl in Windows
  • Installing Perl in Linux
  • CPAN
  • Writing First Perl Program

Perl Data types Introduction

  • Scalars,
  • Arrays
  • Hashes
  • Simple Programs

Introduction to Functions and Regex

  • What is a function?
  • Inbuilt functions
  • Introduction to regex symbols

String functions and Array functions

  • Split()
  • Join()
  • Push()
  • Pop()
  • Splice()
  • Reverse()
  • Shift()
  • Unshift()O
  • String Concantation
  • Strlen()

LAB2 :

  • Data types
  • Inbuilt functions

Control Statements and Loops

  • If, else,elsif
  • For and foreach : Difference
  • While
  • Do until
  • Last, next, redo and goto

Iterating through the array and hash

  • Significance of Operators
  • Foreach and arrays
  • keys and values in hashes
  • Printing the hash


    • Example programs for Control statements

LAB 4:

  • Iterating through the array using foreach
  • Printing the Hash

Regular Expressions

  • m// ,s///, tr///
  • Modifiers list
  • Regex special symbols and their usage
  • Quantifiers
  • Grouping
  • Pattern Memory
  • Examples program to find input is an valid IP address or not
  • Example program to find if the input is an valid email address or not


  • Regex Practicals


  • What is a reference
  • Difference between references and pointers
  • How to create a reference
  • Dereferencing
  • ref()
  • Introduction to Data:Dumper
  • eval()

h4> Subroutines

  • What are subroutines and its types of arguments
  • Calling a subroutine and returning value
  • Passing Arguments to the Subroutine
  • Passing Lists to the Subroutine
  • Passing hashes to the subroutine


  • Subroutine Practicals

File I/O and Directory operations

  • What are File handles
  • Opening and Closing File Handles
  • Reading and Writing into Files
  • rename() and unlink()
  • tell() and seek()
  • Standard functions to use on directories
  • glob()
  • mkdir(), rmdir(),chdir()


  • File I/O lab

Packages and Modules

  • What are packages , modules
  • Difference between use and require
  • Standard Module Template: Defining Standard Arrays to be used while creating a module
  • Standard modules list


  • Modules Lab

Object Oriented Programming

  • OOPS Introduction
  • Defining a Class, Object and Method
  • bless()
  • Creating and using objects


  • OOPS lab