Perl, Part 2 of 3: Lists and User Input

with expert Chris Penick

In this course, Perl expert Chris Penick explains how Perl makes it easy to store single or multiple items of data using lists and arrays. Penick will also show how arrays can be easily manipulated and teach you about using scalars. This course will also discuss other common computing elements and list assignments as well as how to make your Perl scripts as flexible as possible.

Beginner | 1h 29m | March 30, 2016


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Chris Penick

Chris Penick is CISSP certified and has been a consultant and CISSP trainer in the technology industry for the past 20 years. During that time, he has worked as Principal Learning Consultant for Symantec, webmaster for the FDA, cyber-warfare scenario developer, technical investigator and forensic analyst for a private security firm. His past government clients include all branches of the United States Military, the Department of Commerce, the IRS, the U.S. Custom and Immigration Service, the Executive Office of the President, and state and local governments in Maryland, Michigan, Virginia, and the District of Columbia. His corporate clients include Guess, Inc., EMC, Raytheon, Lockheed Martin, and the Discovery Channel.

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