sorry, thats again off the mark..
how do I code the source statement calling the function in the module AFTER I change from hard coded to dynamic loading?
this part seems to be missing in any text I read..
my app today uses
my $os = Win32::GetOSName();
there is NOT a 'use win32' anywhere.. I know, I coded it all. I don't know if there is some OTHER method loading this module.
coding explicitly Win32::GetOSName() gets me into trouble,
so I ASSUME I have to change the code.. to WHAT?
just my $os=GetOSName() fails. how is the compiler supposed to set this up for dynamic resolution vs static? thats what I'm asking for.
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