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Index: P

-p command-line option, and inplace editing : 17.5. Variable-Length ( Text) Databases
pack() : 16.2. Packing and Unpacking Binary Data
example of : 17.4. Fixed-Length Random-Access Databases
pack format string : 16.2. Packing and Unpacking Binary Data
packages
B.1. Library Terminology
D.9. Packages
page length
changing, in formats : 11.6.4. Changing the Page Length
default, for top-of-page format : 11.5. The Top-of-Page Format
page position, changing, in formats : 11.6.5. Changing the Position on the Page
parameters, introduced : 1.6.9. Making It a Bit More Modular
parentheses
precedence and : 2.4.3. Operator Precedence and Associativity
path delimiter : 10.3. Using Pathnames and Filenames
PATH environment variable, managing : 14.1. Using system and exec
pathnames
2.3.2. Double-Quoted Strings
10.3. Using Pathnames and Filenames
Perl
embedding : D.10. Embeddible, Extensible
history of : 1.1. History of Perl
standard distribution of : 1.3.2. Standard Perl Distribution
technical support : 1.4. Support
Perl compiler : D.10.4. The Perl Compiler
Perl for Win32 : 1.3.1. ActiveState Perl for Win32
Perl standard library : 6.2. Input from the Diamond Operator
Perl: The Motion Picture : 16.2. Packing and Unpacking Binary Data
perldoc command : 1.5.1. Documentation
PerlIIS extension : 18.7.2. PerlIS and PerlScript
PerlIS : 1.3.1. ActiveState Perl for Win32
PerlScript
1.3.1. ActiveState Perl for Win32
18.7.2. PerlIS and PerlScript
permissions
1.6.16. Maintaining a Last-Good-Guess Database
13.4. Modifying Permissions
modifying : 13.4. Modifying Permissions
permission bits, in dbmopen() : 17.2. Opening and Closing DBM Hashes
pi
computing with : A.1. Chapter 2, Scalar Data
obscure reference to : 16.2. Packing and Unpacking Binary Data
pipe : (see | (vertical bar))
Pipe module : B.4. Win32 Extensions
.plx extension : 1.5. Basic Concepts
pod : 18.1. The CGI.pm Module
POD : 1.5.1. Documentation
pointers : D.10.7. Function Pointers
pop() : 3.4.3. The push and pop Functions
example of : A.3. Chapter 4, Control Structures
popen library function, emulating : 14.3. Using Processes as Filehandles
port numbers : C. Networking Clients
powers of ten, example of, with substr() : 15.2. Extracting and Replacing a Substring
Practical Extraction and Report Language : 11.1. What Is a Format?
pragmas, definition of : B.1. Library Terminology
precedence : 2.4.3. Operator Precedence and Associativity
in regular expressions : 7.3.4. Precedence
parentheses and : 2.4.3. Operator Precedence and Associativity
predefined variables : D.6. Many, Many Predefined Variables
print()
2.8. Output with print
6.3.1. Using print for Normal Output
17.4. Fixed-Length Random-Access Databases
$_ and : 4.6. The foreach Statement
array literals and : 3.2. Literal Representation
example of
1.6.1. The "Hello, world" Program
1.6.17. The Final Programs
filehandle keyword and : 1.6.12. Warning Someone When Things Go Astray
return value of : 6.3.1. Using print for Normal Output
writes to same filehandle and : 11.5. The Top-of-Page Format
printf() : 6.3.2. Using printf for Formatted Output
example of
A.3. Chapter 4, Control Structures
A.5. Chapter 6, Basic I/O
4.7. Exercises
process exit value : 14.3. Using Processes as Filehandles
process launching : 14.4. Summary of Process Operations
Process module
B.4. Win32 Extensions
14.5. Win32::Process
processes
creating : 14.1. Using system and exec
as filehandles : 14.3. Using Processes as Filehandles
Windows NT and : 14.5. Win32::Process
products, finding : 9.4. Labeled Blocks
ProgID
19.2. Creating Automation Objects
19.3. Using Automation Objects
Programming Perl : (see Camel Book)
prompt, example of : 1.6.2. Asking Questions and Remembering the Result
properties : 19.1. Introduction to OLE Automation
push() : 3.4.3. The push and pop Functions
pwd command : 12.1. Moving Around the Directory Tree


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