Perl is a well-known programming language and one of its major advantages is that it supports the so-called modules - short bits of program code which include subroutines and do multiple tasks. The convenient side of using modules is that you won't need to write custom-made code or include the whole code for a given process each time it should be executed. Instead, you can add just a single line in your Perl script which calls a given module, which consequently will execute the needed action. Not only will this lead to shorter and enhanced scripts, but it'll also help you make adjustments a lot quicker and easier. If you are not a programmer, yet you'd like to begin using a Perl application that you've found online, for instance, it is very likely that the application will require certain modules to be already installed on the web hosting server.
Over 3400 Perl Modules in Web Hosting
If you buy one of the web hosting
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In case you need to use a Perl-based web app or CGI script, you will be able to use 3400+ different modules that can be found on our cloud hosting platform and are a part of every single semi-dedicated server
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