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Using Flatfile Databases in Perl

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Submitted on: 6/14/2002 3:08:51 AM
By: David C. Uhrig  
Level: Intermediate
User Rating: By 5 Users
Compatibility:5.0 (all versions), Active Perl specific

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     To explain how to use flatfile databases as information storage with perl.
 
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6/15/2002 7:00:39 AM:Charles Chadwick
Very nice, well documented and easy to understand.
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7/4/2002 5:17:22 AM:Daniel
Pretty good article for newbies, though everyone who has been using it for a while (Perl) would figure how to extract information from that format. 3 Stars
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