The launch PERL took place around December 18, 1987 introduced as a Practical Extraction Reporting Language (PERL.) Larry Wall (Wall) was the author of the programming language working at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratories. During this time, Wall was also working with UNIX creating utilities that would expand the range of use for the operating system. PERL interfaced with the UNIX operating system to result in a powerful expression engine that would later become the kernel for all PERL programming. PERL is the oldest, and conventionally more powerful than most programming languages.Check out this link here. There are to date many different versions and modifications of PERL!
PERL programs are native to UNIX and LINUX operating systems used by some of the wealthiest corporations controlling all online operations. While PERL programs can run on MSOS, the OS must be generally adapted to accept PERL programs. Understanding PERL requires the understanding the history of PERL in detail. Most users that follow this track are not only able to grasp PERL programming, but, also programming of low-level operations. The more understanding an individual has of PERL broadens the individual’s ability to solve logical and analytical problems. Search the web to locate PERL resources!