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Hi, bradcathey,
$ cat package Common; use strict; use warnings; use Exporter; our @ISA = qw(Exporter); # borrows import() our @EXPORT = qw(show_here); sub show_here { } 1; $ cat package Common; use strict; use warnings; use Common; sub show_me {} 1;
The caller of has direct access to show_me() and show_here() using qualified name,
Main::show_here; # since exported by default by Main::show_me; # originally in
If the caller has its own use Common then it doesn't have to qualify it, show_here() is enough.

However, if you meant that "a way to include in so can use show_here directly, then make to reexport the function.

package Main; .... use Exporter; use Common; our @ISA = qw(Exporter); # borrows import() our @EXPORT = qw(show_here); # just @Common::Export to export # what ever Common exports. .... sub show_me {} 1;
The caller,
use Main; Main::show_me(); show_here()

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In reply to Re^3: Understanding module structure and inheritance by naikonta
in thread Understanding module structure and inheritance by bradcathey

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