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Learn about Managing Processes in Perl Programming

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From your Perl code, you can manage programs running on your machine, including the Perl program itself. In this article, we will learn how...
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Learn about One Liners in Perl Programming

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A One-Liner is a very short program that fits within one-line, and could do a job, usually done by longer programs. In this context,...
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Learn to Use grep Command in Perl Programming

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How can we make Perl emulate the job of grep command-line tool in UNIX and Linux? To solve the problem, we need first to know...
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Learn about Pattern Matching using Regular Expressions in Perl

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Using Single-Character Constructs In the last article, we have learned how to use the simple (literal) patterns. A pattern like /Ahmed/ will match only strings...
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Learn to use Simple Patterns in Perl Programming

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If you remember, I told you in the beginning of this series that Perl stands for Practical Extraction and Reporting Language. Okay, let’s understand...
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Learn about Hashes in Perl Programming

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Perl supports three main types of variables: Scalars, Arrays, and Hashes. We have already talked about the first two types: Scalars, and Arrays. Now,...
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Learn more about Input and Output Operations in Perl Programming

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Writing to File Example We will be continuing what we started in the previous article. In this example, we are going to write a script that...
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Learn Input and Output Operations in Perl Programming

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Without being able to read dynamic inputs from the user, or to provide the processing results as output either to the screen or to...
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Learn about Subroutines in Perl Programming

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What are Subroutines? Subroutines (usually known as Functions in some other programming languages) are named blocks of code that achieve something, and are invoked (called)...
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Learn to Use Command Line Arguments in Perl Programming

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Command-Line arguments are inputs to the program, provided by the user on program execution. Using Command-Line Arguments is the subject of today's article. So,...
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Marching On: Building Convolutional Neural Networks with PyTorch (Part 3)

“I get very excited when we discover a way of making neural networks better - and when that's closely related to how the brain...
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The Next Step: Building Neural Networks with PyTorch (Part 2)

As the world battles out the COVID-19 pandemic, our sincere prayers are with the families of the affected. But as the great Benjamin Franklin...
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PyTorch: The Dark Horse of Deep Learning Frameworks (Part 1)

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