v32i001: perlref - Perl Reference Guide 4.035.1, Part01/04 
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 v32i001: perlref - Perl Reference Guide 4.035.1, Part01/04


Posting-number: Volume 32, Issue 1
Archive-name: perlref/part01
Supersedes: perlref: Volume 28, Issue 77-79
Environment: Perl v4.035

Finally here it is: the new and updated version of the

        Perl Reference Guide.

This version has been updated to match Perl 4.035.

Two ways to produce the Guide are included: a ready-to-print
postscript version and a{*filter*}source kit.

The Perl Reference Guide is a typeset quick reference guide to
Larry Wall's Perl program.

It contains a concise description of all Perl 4.0 statements,
functions, variables and lots of other useful information.
The Guide is based on Perl version 4.0, patchlevel 35.

The purpose of the Reference Guide is to aid in the use of Perl, to
look up the syntax of specific functions, statements and the meaning
of built-in variables.  It is *NOT* a self-contained user guide -
basic knowledge of the Perl language is required. It is *NOT* complete
- some of the more obscure variants of perl constructs have been left
out.  But all functions and variables are mentioned in at least one
way they can be used.

Happy hacking!

        Johan
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PATH=/bin:/usr/bin:/usr/ucb:/usr/local/bin:/usr/lbin ; export PATH
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X                            INTRODUCTION
X                            ============
X
X                    The Perl 4.0 Reference Guide
X
X                       Revised: 92/09/02
X
XThe Perl Reference Guide is a typeset quick reference guide to
XLarry Wall's Perl program.
X
XIt contains a concise description of all Perl 4.0 statements,
Xfunctions, variables and lots of other useful information.
XThe Guide is based on Perl version 4.0, patchlevel 35.
X
XThe purpose of the Reference Guide is to aid in the use of Perl, to
Xlook up the syntax of specific functions, statements and the meaning
Xof built-in variables.  It is *NOT* a self-contained user guide -
Xbasic knowledge of the Perl language is required. It is *NOT* complete
X- some of the more obscure variants of perl constructs have been left
Xout.  But all functions and variables are mentioned in at least one
Xway they can be used.
X
XThe Reference Guide is designed and created by Johan Vromans using the
XLaTex typesetting system. For best results, Tom Rockiki's dvips 5.47
Xshould be used to generate the PostScript output.
XYour mileage may vary when you use other ouput mechanisms.
X
XA special formatting tool, written in Perl, makes it possible to
Xreformat this PostScript output for reproduction in a number of
Xformats.  If you cannot run this tool, you do not need the
Xinformation either.
X
XThe version number of the Reference Guide is coupled to the version of
XPerl, e.g. 4.019.2 means: the third release suitable for perl 4
Xpatchlevel 19.
X
XINSTALLATION
X============
X
X 1. Unload the distribution
X
X    After unloading the distribution, you will have the following files:
X
X       README      - this file
X       ChangeLog   - description of changes
X       Makefile    - make file
X       parr        - reformat and rearrange tool
X       Layout      - description of the format
X
X    The LeTeX kit includes
X
X       refbase.tex -{*filter*}source for the Reference Guide
X       refbase.sty -{*filter*}style for the Reference Guide
X
X    The PostScript kit includes
X
X       refbase.ps  - pre-generated PostScript base
X
X 2. Create the PostScript base file
X
X    You can skip this step if you already have a pre-generated
X    PostScript base file.
X    This step requires the{*filter*}typesetting system, and dvips version
X    5.47 or later.
X
X    - Use "make refbase-ps" (a dash, not a dot) to create a new
X      PostScript file from the{*filter*}source. This file can be printed
X      normally.
X
X    NOTE: dvips must be instructed to use a4 format paper ('-t a4')
X         even if you intend to print on a different format!
X
X 3. Create the RefGuide from the PostScript base
X
X    As distributed, the Makefile is configured to generate output for
X    A4 (21 x 29.7 cm) paper format. Use "make PAPER= ..." to select US
X    Letter (8.5 x 11") format.  Both formats should be printable on
X    all industry-standard PostScript printers.
X
X    You can use "make" to generate a new PostScript file for one of
X    the following formats:
X
X     - Use "make refguide.ps" to create a guide formatted in 10 pages
X       of 2-column text. It should be printed double-sided, stapled in
X       the middle, folded, and cut to size to have a 16-page 3.5 x 8"
X       booklet.
X
X     - Use "make 2pass" to create a set of odd and even pages for
X       double sided printing. First print "guide-odd.ps". Then put the
X       paper back in the tray, and print either "guide-even1.ps" or
X       "guide-even2.ps", depending on the way your printer arranges
X       the printed paper.
X       "guide-even1.ps" is for printers with correct output stacking like
X       Apple LaserWriter II.
X       "guide-even2.ps" is for printers with reverse output stacking,
X       like old Apple LaserWriters.
X       In other words, after printing "guide-odd.ps", if the
X       text of the cover page is on top -- use "guide-even1.ps".
X       But if you're looking at the text of pages 9/10 -- use
X       "guide-even2.ps".
X
X    "make" without arguments will default to refguide.ps .
X
X    If your printout is not correct, feel free to change the figures in
X    subroutine 'twoup' of the 'parr' program. The file Layout
X    describes in more detail how the Guide should look like.
X
X    On printers that support it, duplex printing is done.
X
XComments are welcome, send them to the author.
X
XIF YOU DON'T HAVE A POSTSCRIPT PRINTER
X======================================
X
XLook in perlref.sty for comments with ">>>>" as a guide.  The output
Xwill not be as perfect, but still very useful.
X
XHISTORY
X=======
X
XThe first version of the Reference Guide --"reference card" is was
Xcalled then-- appeared in 1989 with perl version 2.0. It was created
Xusing an Apple Macintosh and the RagTime DeskTop publishing tool.
XIt was 9 pages, I believe. The PostScript output was extracted from
Xthe Mac and hacked for 'normal' use with the macps program.
X
XWith perl version 3 came the next version. A 15-page card format, and
Xa 16-page reference guide. This time, the Guide was created using
XMicroSoft Word, still on Macintosh. Tools were supplied to manipulate
Xthe PostScript file to suit different printing formats.
XIn a later version, the card format was abandoned.
X
XNext came the Camel version, with perl 4.0. Lots of measurements had
Xbeen taken to have the abundance of new functions fit on 16 pages.
X
XAfter the book appeared, I decided to rework the Guide to use more
Xpages, and different styles and fonts for clarity. I reworked the
XMS-Word version, to find out that the resultant PostScript file had
Xincreased from 90Kb to 180Kb!
XSo I decided to start again, from scratch (well, almost) using the
XLaTeX typesetting system. The resultant PostScript file is now 80Kb,
Xwhile it prints out almost identical to the 180Kb MS-Word version.
X
XCREDITS
X=======
X
XThe Perl Reference Guide is copyrighted by the author. It may be
Xreproduced, printed and distributed freely, as long as the original
Xauthor gets the credits, and the copyright notice is not removed from
Xthe text. It may not be turned into a commercial product except with
Xwritten permission of the author.
X
X---------------------------- author info -----------------------------
X                           Johan Vromans
X Multihouse Research, Doesburgweg 7, 2803 PL  Gouda, the Netherlands
X              tel. +31 1820 62911, fax. +31 1820 62500

X----------------------------------------------------------------------
X
XI like to thank everyone who has helped me (and encouraged me) to get
Xthe job done, and to get the results to you. Especially Tom
XChristiansen and JGreely (for "parr") And Larry Wall, of course,
Xwithout whom I would have spent lots of time annoying myself.
X
X

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XFd(\))472 1781 y ...

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Tue, 21 Feb 1995 10:38:24 GMT  
 v32i001: perlref - Perl Reference Guide 4.035.1, Part01/04

Posting-number: Volume 32, Issue 3
Archive-name: perlref/part03
Supersedes: perlref: Volume 28, Issue 77-79
Environment: Perl v4.035

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