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Folks,

  I am wanting to separate some perl code into separate modules to make it more maintainable and resuable. However after reading the appropriate sections in Programming Perl (O'Reilly) and looking at the Faqs & Tutorials at perl.com. I'm still not too clear on the definition bit and what it all means, the @EXPORT and EXPORT_OK, all that stuff.

  Could someone take the time to briefly run through how to declare the module and any global variables exported/functions to export that sort of thing.

  Might make a good faq.... :-)

Many thanks in advance
Loon

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