Perl Networking with Asynchronous Processes
Course SummaryThis course presents some of the more common methods used in Perl programs to start asynchronous processes (e.g., fork, piped opens) and then communicate with them. Communication methods covered include signals, pipelines, and sockets.
Audience:Programmers experienced in writing Perl programs, who want to develop daemons, or client server programs.
Prerequisite Knowledge:The student should have taken the Introduction to Perl Programming, or have equivalent Perl programming experience.
Terminal Objectives:Upon successful completion of this course the student will be able to: Design, write, debug client server Perl code.
Course Length:2 Days.
fork, exec, And wait Daemons Signals And Signal Handlers sigalrm sigchld Named Pipes Berkeley Sockets Socketpair UNIX domain addressing Internet Domain Addresses Socket Control Avoiding Client Deadlocks The EventServer Package Object-Oriented Sockets The Net::Telnet Package The LibWWW-Perl Package The IO-Pty Package
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