Highly capable, multi-purpose and feature-rich programming language.
Fedora currently ships with over three thousand of actively maintained Perl modules in its repositories; in most cases installing the module of your choice should be as simple as:
$ sudo dnf install 'perl(My::Module)'
If available, this is the preferred method.
If you require a module that is not already available, you may still install them with the common Perl utilities such as
cpan from Perl core:
$ sudo cpan My::Module
or the popular
$ sudo dnf install cpanminus $ sudo cpanm My::Module
However, note that binary modules installed this way may seemingly inexplicably break after upgrading to a newer Fedora release. The reason is Perl does not maintain binary compatibility between major versions. If this happens, remember to reinstall the local modules with:
$ sudo cpan -f -i My::Module
$ sudo cpanm --reinstall My::Module