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New Riders Pub
January 1, 1999
1.75 by 6.25 by 9.25 in.
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: Designed to provide in-depth documentation on Windows-specific funtionality in Perl. This book is the ideal resource for system administrators, and programmers who want to employ the Perl language in their Windows NT or Windows 95 network. Intended for intermediate advanced level users, this authoritative guide includes: critical information on program automation covering OLE and COM object management; thorough coverage of communication-oriented procedures; detailed guidelines for data access with ODBC including routing operations, advanced features, and troubleshooting fixes; hard to find information on extension and function syntax, Win32:ODBC function constants, and Win32network error descriptions; and numerous proven scripts ready for use.
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