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Mention the Regular Expressions book
authorStephen Potter <spp@psa.pencom.com>
Wed, 7 May 1997 17:37:37 +0000 (12:37 -0500)
committerChip Salzenberg <chip@atlantic.net>
Wed, 7 May 1997 12:00:00 +0000 (00:00 +1200)
| Could somebody please add Jfrield's Mastering Regeular Expressions to
| perlbook.pod, and also to a SEE ALSO in perlre.pod?

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pod/perlre.pod

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@@ -15,7 +15,13 @@ nearly all of Perl, while I<Learning Perl> is a tutorial that covers
 the most frequently used subset of the language.  You might also check
 out the very handy, inexpensive, and compact I<Perl 5 Desktop
 Reference>, especially when the thought of lugging the 676-page Camel
-around doesn't make much sense.
+around doesn't make much sense.  I<Mastering Regular Expressions>, by
+Jeffrey Friedl, is a reference work that covers the art and
+implementation
+of regular expressions in various languages including Perl.
+
+    Mastering Regular Expressions (the Hip Owl Book):
+        ISBN 1-56592-257-3      (English)
 
     Programming Perl, Second Edition (the Camel Book):
        ISBN 1-56592-149-6      (English)
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@@ -573,3 +573,7 @@ You can't disambiguate that by saying C<\{1}000>, whereas you can fix it with
 C<${1}000>.  Basically, the operation of interpolation should not be confused
 with the operation of matching a backreference.  Certainly they mean two
 different things on the I<left> side of the C<s///>.
+
+=head2 SEE ALSO
+
+"Mastering Regular Expressions" (see L<perlbook>) by Jeffrey Friedl.