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View Resource Perl.com

O'Reilly & Associates publishers has announced that it will host the well known Perl Language Home Page, originally developed by Tom Christiansen. The Perl site has long provided one stop shopping for web developers who depend on the language to enhance sites. It contains software, resource, and training information, as well as a connection to the Comprehensive Perl Archive Network (CPAN)....

https://www.perl.org/
View Resource Python Language Home Page

The Python Language Home Page is hosted by the Corporation for National Research Initiatives (CNRI), Reston, VA. Python is an "interpreted, interactive, object-oriented, extensible programming language." It is both clear and versatile, freely available, and it runs on Unix, PC, and many other systems. Python was developed in the early 1990s at CWI in Amsterdam (the Netherlands); it has seen...

https://www.python.org/
View Resource Ada Information Clearinghouse

The Ada Information Clearinghouse (AdaIC), sponsored by the Ada Joint Program Office, provides a large amount of current, useful information about the Ada programming language. Information offered includes a quarterly electronic publication about Ada, a searchable database of on- and off-line Ada resources, an annotated database of Ada products and tools, recent Ada news, and lots more. While...

http://www.adaic.org/
View Resource Cool Web Solutions with Perl

This article introduces Perl (practical extraction and report language), then covers four new developments, and concludes with a listing of Perl resources. Developments include: JPL (term derived from Java and .pl), a toolkit which combines Java and Perl; Perl for Win32 by ActiveState, which allows one to write and run Perl scripts on 32-bit Windows; PerlScript, a web scripting language; and...

http://mariva.com/clips/perl.html
View Resource Third State of the Perl Onion

This page, part of publisher O'Reilly & Associates's Website devoted to the Perl language, contains a transcript of Larry Wall's address at the Perl Conference 3.0, which was held as part of the recent O'Reilly Open Source Convention in Monterey, California. In his address, Wall, the original author of the Perl programming language, provides a thought-provoking (and entertaining) mix of philosophy...

https://www.perl.com/pub/1999/08/onion/talk1.html
View Resource ActivePerl: Perl for Microsoft Windows

Perl, the Practical Extraction and Reporting Language, has long been a critical tool for building dynamic Websites and automating various Internet-related tasks. Unfortunately its use has largely been limited to those working on Unix-based systems (where Perl originated) or serious hackers willing to go through the contortions necessary to run Unix-based software under MS Windows. With the release...

https://www.activestate.com/activeperl/downloads
View Resource Perldoc.com

Created and maintained by Carlos Ramirez, this site aims to "provide a complete and up-to-date repository of documentation available to the Perl community," including bundled POD documentation as well as documentation of all modules available at the Comprehensive Perl Archive Network (CPAN). The site contains six main sections: a Perl overview, Modules, Distribution Documents, PODs, Executables,...

http://perldoc.perl.org
View Resource Semantic Interpretation for Speech Recognition

The first working draft of the World Wide Web Consortium's (W3C) Semantic Interpretation for Speech Recognition is now available. The document "defines the process of Semantic Interpretation for Speech Recognition and the syntax and semantics of semantic interpretation tags that can be added to speech recognition grammars." The document is a draft, open for suggestions from W3C members and other...

http://www.w3.org/TR/2001/WD-semantic-interpretation-2001111...
View Resource Advanced CSS Layouts: Step by Step

Most Web sites are designed with HTML tables, which can be an arduous task. Making sites that are accessible and standards-compliant requires a separation of markup and content, and CSS is the best way to accomplish this. This Web page by Rogelio Vizcaino Lizaola and Andy King offers a step-by-step CSS layout tutorial on how to create WebReference table-like layouts (that behave well with small...

http://www.webreference.com/authoring/style/sheets/layout/ad...
View Resource Roldan Pozo

This is the homepage of Roldan Pozo, a "senior researcher in the Mathematical and Computational Sciences Division at the National Institute of Standards and Technology." He has developed many C++ libraries for numerical linear algebra, which can be freely downloaded via links on the site. Pozo also offers a short series of introductory lecture notes and programming examples of C++ for scientists....

http://math.nist.gov/~RPozo/
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