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Robert Hall rated it really liked it Dec 29, Table of Contents detailed table of contents.

He’s definitely be buying it. More importantly the subject is what I do everyday; sometimes it’s fun, I suspect there is potential for it to be more fun.


And, it shows you how to build your own parsers to process data of arbitrary complexity. If you are not a Perl programmer, this book may just convince you to add Perl to your repertoire. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Data Munging with Perl book shows you how to process data productively with Perl. Giuseppe Maxia rated it it was amazing Jan 20, It can mean parsing or filtering data, or the many steps required for data recognition.


Your desktop dictionary may not include it, but ‘munging’ is a common term in the programmer’s world. You will learn how to decouple the various stages of munging programs, how to design data structures, how to emulate the Unix filter model, etc.

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A few people bought copies. Also published on Medium.

Dreams of writing a book that normal people will read. It discusses general munging techniques and how to think about data munging problems. He has 12 years’ experience working in the IT industry.

This book is not yet featured on Listopia. He is an active member of the Perl witu, the founder of the London Perl Mongers, and is also a regular columist for Perlmonththe online Perl magazine. As long as it’s used with a more modern Perl book, e.

I might even have the original documents somewhere. I am about to move house and as part of the process I have thrown out a number of my books on programming.

Sam rated it liked it Jan 11, I didn’t know that the Brazilian edition had been published.

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Some sort of wiki afterlife for it would be awesome! Data Munging with Perl by mda2 Hermit on Apr 27, at PerlMonks does get a couple of mentions tho’ it seems that only one made it into the index.


Techniques for data recognition, parsing, transformation and filtering Review Synopsis: Or it can be something as simple as converting hours worked plus pay rates into a salary cheque. Data Munging with Perl by davorg Chancellor on Feb 08, at However, it’s held up well, and gives excellent advice on how to use Perl to process data. Now my colleagues can read it without borrowing my copy, well done Dave: Fixed Width and Binary Data.

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I’ve already recommended this to my fellow work-mates high praise indeed! Jeremy rated it liked it May 15, For the first time I’m reading a book written by a tangible person, somehow this makes a difference. My route through the book is witth introduction, appendix B, and then sequentially through the chapters.

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