In trying to find places that I might be able to exchange links to get traffic to my tutorial site, I found an article about how one should determine if a tutorial is good. One of the things that they mention is that a tutorial that teaches
as a valid subroutine calling convention is out of date. It continues to explain that this does do something, but not what people think it does.
As a matter of fact, I just finished writing a major tutorial on subrou…
There's a common programming challenge where you write a program to take a dollar amount from the user, and then return the simplest way to create that amount with only coins (using the fewest coins possible). I took a crack at this a while back, and I would like to know if there are ways it could be improved or if you would have done it differently.
print "Input a dollar amount: ";
my $amount = readline STDIN;
$amount = $amount * 100;
$amount = sprintf($amount);
my $quarter = 25;
my $dime = 10;
my $nickel = 5…
Well, I couldn't resist...had to start with the typical "Hello, world!" This is a blog site about a programming language, is it not?
I am currently a high school student, and computer programming is one of my interest/hobbies. I have a website where I offer Perl tutorials for beginners, and I really like making tutorials. That said, I myself am not a very advanced programmer, by any means...I really don't know much at all. One of the ways that I learn is by taking on programming challenges/tasks, but the issue is, I don't know how effectively I am completing the task. I am sure there …