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I have a perl module : which has a subroutine check :
package abc::abcUtil; require ""; sub check { .. PERL_DEBUG(""); # PERL_DEBUG is in .. }
When I execute this , it works fine, But when i use this pm in another perl:
require ""; use abc::abcUtil; sub func { abc::abcUtil::check(); }
Here, if I call func(), I get this error : "Undefined subroutine &abc::abcUtil::PERL_DEBUG .." There are other direct occurrences of PERL_DEBUG in this perl file which are working fine. What might be wrong ? Thanks -------------- I updated the code in the 2nd file as follows:
#require ""; use abc::abcUtil; sub func { abc::abcUtil::check(); }
Basically removed the use of Kept the abcUtil file as unchanged. Now it worked. But I can't keep it this way as have to use this common file. Is it some conflict due to the use of 'require "" ' in both the files?

In reply to Undefined subroutine &abc::abcUtil::PERL_DEBUG by navneet03

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