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On 04/01/2011 16:14, Alexander Gladysh wrote:
Right. If you know such book, please share a link, so we can borrow a
few ideas from its a table of contents.

As mentioned, the Perl cookbook and its derivatives, which were my initial idea.
The PLEAC also mentioned lists a number of such derivatives.
I can also mention

There are other collections of small, useful problems, for example:

This one is more of mathematical nature, not that useful for a modern
newbie, I guess.

Not only. Problems on lists, trees and graphs are of general interest, and even if some problems are trivial, they are good introduction to the language/library features.

Philippe Lhoste
--  (near) Paris -- France
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