# PDL

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− | '''PDL''' (Perl Data Language) is a format used in an extension of [[Perl]] to handle mathematical structures such as matrices. There are several different data formats, text and binary, to save such a structure to a file. | + | '''PDL''' (Perl Data Language) is a format used in an extension of [[Perl]] to handle mathematical structures such as matrices. There are several different data formats, text and binary, to save such a structure (sometimes referred to as a "piddle") to a file. |

== Links == | == Links == | ||

* [http://pdl.perl.org/ PDL site] | * [http://pdl.perl.org/ PDL site] | ||

* [http://blogs.perl.org/users/enkidu/2019/12/working-with-csv-using-pdl.html Working with CSV files using PDL] | * [http://blogs.perl.org/users/enkidu/2019/12/working-with-csv-using-pdl.html Working with CSV files using PDL] |

## Latest revision as of 04:36, 14 December 2019

**PDL** (Perl Data Language) is a format used in an extension of Perl to handle mathematical structures such as matrices. There are several different data formats, text and binary, to save such a structure (sometimes referred to as a "piddle") to a file.