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Description

  Tekslate provides the best Perl Scripting with experienced industry professionals. Our trainers are having more than five years of experience working in Perl Scripting, and are chosen carefully to conduct the best quality Perl training to the candidates with real-time scenarios. We help you master various Perl Scripting aspects and help you acquire a 360-degree learning experience in this platform.

Key Features

  • 30 hours of Instructor Led PERL Scripting Training
  • Lifetime Access to Recorded Sessions
  • Practical Approach
  • 24/7 Support
  • Expert & Certified Trainers
  • Real World use cases and Scenarios
Trusted By Companies Worldwide

Course Overview

Upon the course completion, the trainee will be able to:

  • Learn about various formats and their uses

  • Learn Subroutines and Perl CGL.pm

  • Acquire and Expand Perl Scripting Skills

  • Using Perl Scripting in Real-time Scenarios

  • Many top companies are incorporating Perl Scripting in their deployments, and this created more demand for professionals working on Perl Scripting worldwide.

  • Certified Perl Scripting Professionals are earning high salaries compared to professionals working on other technologies.

  • The average salary of a certified Perl Scripting Professional is  $109,225 per annum.

  • ETL developers

  • Software developers

  • Analysts

  • Aspirants who are looking to enhance the scripting skills by using PERL.

There are no specific prerequisites required to learn Perl Script. An individual who is having basic knowledge of scripting language and programming is an added advantage.

The tutor will take care of handling the projects. We will provide two real-time projects with a highly-skilled guide who can assist you throughout the project.

Course Curriculum

  • What Does “Perl” Stand For?

  • Is Perl Easy or Hard?

  • How Can I Get Perl?

  • A Simple Program

  • Lab Session

  • Numbers and Strings

  • Single-Quoted and Double-Quoted String Literals

  • String and Numeric Operators

  • Perl’s Built-in Warnings

  • Output with print

  • Comparison Operators

  • The under Value

  • The defined Function

  • List Literals

  • The qw Shortcut

  • List Assignment

  • Creating and Accessing Elements of an Array

  • Special Array Indices

  • The pop, push, shift and unshift Operators

  • The splice Operator

  • Interpolating Arrays into Strings

  • The reverse and sort Operator

  • Defining and Invoking a Subroutine

  • Return and Arguments Values

  • Private Variables in Subroutines

  • The strict use Pragma

  • The return Operator

  • Defining and Invoking a Subroutine

  • Return and Arguments Values

  • Private Variables in Subroutines

  • The use strict Pragma

  • The return Operator

  • Input from Standard Input and Diamond Operator

  • The chomp Operator

  • The Invocation Arguments

  • Output to Standard Output

  • Formatted Output with print

  • Filehandles

  • Opening and closing a Filehandle

  • Fatal Errors with die

  • Warning Messages with warn

  • Automatically die-ing

  • Output with say

  • Creating and Accessing Hash Elements

  • Hash Assignment

  • The keys and values Functions

  • Each Function

  • The exists Function

  • The delete Function

  • The %ENV hash

  • What Are Regular Expressions?

  • Matching with Regular Expressions

  • Processing Text with Regular Expressions

  • Anchors

  • The Binding Operator

  • The if Control Structure

  • The else Clause with unless

  • The elseif Clause

  • The unless Control Structure

  • The until Control Structure

  • The while Control Structure

  • The foreach Control Structure

  • Perl’s Favorite Default: $_

  • The Naked Block Control Structure

  • The for Control Structure

  • Loop Controls

  • The last Operator

  • The next Operator

  • The redo Operator

  • Labelled Blocks

  • Installing Modules

  • Using Simple Modules

  • The File:: Basename Module

  • Using Only Some Functions from a Module

  • Databases and DBI

  • Dates and Times

  • File Test Operators

  • Testing Several Attributes of the Same File

  • File Test Operators

  • Examining Several Attributes of the Same File

  • The stat and lstat Functions

  • The local time Function

  • Moving Around the Directory Tree

  • Globbing

  • Directory Handles

  • Manipulating Files and Directories

  • Removing, Renaming links Files

  • Making and Removing Directories

  • Modifying Permissions

  • Making and Removing Directories

  • Changing Ownership

  • Changing Timestamps

  • Finding a Substring with index

  • Manipulating a Substring with the substrate

  • Formatting Data with sprint

  • Using sprintf with “Money Numbers.”

  • Advanced Sorting

  • Sorting a Hash by Value

  • Sorting by Multiple Keys

  • The Smart Match Operator

  • Smart Match Precedence

  • The given Statement

  • Dumb Matching

  • The system Function

  • Avoiding the Shell

  • The Environment Variables

  • The exec Function

  • Using Backquotes to Capture Output

  • External Processes with

  • The system Function

  • Avoiding the Shell

  • The Environment Variables

  • The exec Function

  • Using Backquotes to Capture Output

  • External Processes with IPC::System:: Simple

  • Processes as Filehandles

  • Getting Down and Dirty with Fork

  • Sending and Receiving Signals

  • Slices

  • Array Slice

  • Hash Slice

  • Trapping Errors

  • Using Eval

  • More Advanced Error Handling

  • autodie

  • Picking Items from a List with grep

  • Transforming Items from a List with map

  • Fancier List Utilities

FAQ's

Our trainers are well experienced professionals and certified in working with front-end development technologies.

We will record all the Live sessions you go through, and we will send the recording of the class you missed.

For practical execution, our trainer will provide server access to the student. 

All our training classes are live. This is to solve all the student queries directly with the trainer.

Live online training means, our trainer will be in online with you to solve your issues.
Pre-recorded training means, there will be no trainer available to solve your issues.

You can contact our Tekslate support team, or you can send an email to info@tekslate.com for your queries.

Yes, you can access the course material after completing course by the recorded training videos we shared with you during training.

To avail all discounts offered by Tekslate, you need to visit the website regularly. However, there will be a group discount for 2 or more participants.

Yes, you will get your refund by cancelling some administration fee from the course. But, you should cancel your enrolment within 48 hours of registration, and then the refund will be retained within 30 days of a request.

Certifications

Having a Perl Scripting Certification proves that the candidate is highly skilled in implementing solutions using Perl Scripting technologies. Tekslate helps you with proper guidance, required training material, and make you work on real-time projects which will help you in clearing the Certification Exam in your first submit itself.