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pack function
14.2. Starting with Perl/Tk
14.4.1. Packer
package statement : 6.1. Basic Package
packages : (see modules/packages)
packer geometry manager : 14.4.1. Packer
padlists : 20.3.5.2. How local and my work
parameters
passing with typeglobs : 3.2.2.1. Efficient parameter passing
SWIG and : 18.3. SWIG Features
XS and : 18.4.2. Default and Optional Parameters
parentheses, for anonymous arrays : 1.2.3. References to Anonymous Storage
parse_query function : 11.3.1.3. Query processing
parser, input specification
17.2. Jeeves Example
17.3.1. Advantages of This Architecture
example of : 17.5. Sample Specification Parser
parser, template : 17.4.2. Template Parser
pattern matching (example) : 5.5.1. A Fast Multipattern grep
PDL module : 2.2. Example: Matrices
Peek module
20.1. Reading the Source
20.3.1.2. Inside SVs
peephole optimizer : 20.2.2.2. Compilation and code generation stages
percent sign (%) for dereferencing hashes : 1.1.5. References to Hashes
performance
efficient attribute storage : 8.1. Efficient Attribute Storage
eval function to improve : 5.5. Using Eval for Efficiency
memory management
1.6. A View of the Internals
20.5.6. Memory Management Using XS
references and : 1.2.2. Performance Efficiency
typeglob aliases and : 3.2.2. Using Typeglob Aliases
Perl
advantages of : Why Perl?
API for : 19.2. Embedding Overview
architecture : 20.2. Architecture
code generation : 17.1. On Code Generation
compiler for : 20.7. A Peek into the Future
debugger for : 20.1. Reading the Source
printing data structures with : 2.5. Pretty-Printing
embedding
19. Embedding Perl:The Easy Way
20.4.1. Calling a Perl Subroutine
20.6. Easy Embedding API
executor : 20.2.3. Executor
extensions : 19.4. Adding Extensions
future of : 20.7. A Peek into the Future
language syntax : Language Syntax
resources on : Resources
translator : 20.2.2. Translator
using C with : 18. Extending Perl:A First Course
Mandelbrot code example : 18.2. Example: Fractals with Perl
value types : 20.3. Perl Value Types
Perl interpreter : The Perl Interpreter
Perl/Tk toolkit : 14.2. Starting with Perl/Tk
event bindings : 14.6. Event Bindings
event loops : 14.7. Event Loops
ptK (portable Tk) : 14.1. Introduction to GUIs, Tk, and Perl/Tk
timers : 14.5. Timers
widget reference : A. Tk Widget Reference
PERL5LIB environment variable : 6.2.1. Load Path
perl_alloc function : 19.2. Embedding Overview
perl_call_argv function
19.2. Embedding Overview
19.3. Examples
perl_call_va function
19.2. Embedding Overview
19.3. Examples
20.6. Easy Embedding API
perl_construct function : 19.2. Embedding Overview
perl_eval_va function
19.2. Embedding Overview
19.3. Examples
20.6. Easy Embedding API
perl_parse function
19.2. Embedding Overview
19.3. Examples
PerlInterpreter structure : 20.2.1.1. Multiple interpreters
PerlIO object : 20.2.1. Perl Objects
perlman text viewer : 16. GUI Example: Man Page Viewer
perltoot document : 4.4.3. Closures Versus Objects
persistence
10. Persistence
11. Implementing Object Persistence
Adaptor project : 11. Implementing Object Persistence
record-oriented : 10.3. Record-Oriented Approach
streamed data : 10.2. Streamed Data
transparent (orthogonal)
11. Implementing Object Persistence
11.2.1. Design Goals
pixmaps, widgets and : 14.3.1.2. Images
platform independence : 10.1. Persistence Issues
plotting expressions : 4.2.2.1. Expression plotting
.pm and .pl files : 6.2. Packages and Files
POD format : 17.1. On Code Generation
pointer values (PVs) : 20.3.1. Scalar Values
pointers : (see references)
polymorphism
7.1. OO: An Introduction
7.2.4. The Need for Polymorphism
"poor man's garbage collection" : 1.6.1. Reference Counts
POP3 module : 12.6.2. Net::POP3
portability : 10.1. Persistence Issues
ports and port numbers : 12.1. Networking Primer
positioning text widgets : 14.3.5.1. Inserting text at absolute positions
precedence, references and : 1.1.6. Confusion About Precedence
prepare statement (SQL) : 10.4.1.2. Select
pretty-printing : 2.5. Pretty-Printing
privacy
1.2.3. References to Anonymous Storage
6.4. Privacy
procedures : (see subroutines)
professors/students/courses example : 2.3. Professors, Students, Courses
properties, widgets
A. Tk Widget Reference
14.3.1. Widget Properties
property types : 20.3.6. Magic Variables
pseudo-random number generation : 4.4.2.1. Random number generation
pTk language : (see Perl/Tk toolkit)
Python language : Why Perl?
closures in : 4.5.2. Python
__getattr__ and __setattr__ : 9.6.2. Python
modular programming in : 6.9.2. Python
object orientation of : 7.5.2. Python
references in : 1.7.2. Python
run-time evaluation and error handling : 5.7.2. Python


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