Thank you for your reply. I now have changed all instances of "Test" with "MyModule" and also changed the name of the module. MyModule.pm is now situated on
and I use
use lib '/storage/username/local/perl/site/lib';
with the second case (as per the example):
# case 2
but I still get the same error:
Undefined subroutine &main::func1 called at MyScript line 15.
Just to make sure I copied the module exactly from the example but to no avail. Interestingly, when I comment out the print func1 part, the line after that produces correct output. I hope that someone could point out to me where I am at fault.
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