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I am writing a framework in perl in which there is a nerw functionality being added day by day. Now, instead of writing a new subroutine in a file every time there is some addition to the functionality I want a file should be created and placed in a folder and that file is called by main program. I need help how we do this? Here is my folder structure:
Framework - PerformOperation - Operation1.pm - Operation2.pm - Operation3.pm - Execute.pl
The PerformOperation folder has all the Operations/functionality which is adding day by day and Execute.pl is the main Perl file which is executed to start the framework. Now, I dont't know how this can be managed. More Info: From Execute.pl a file is read in which it is written which operations I need to perform and that particular operation is selected from PerformOperation and Executed. Let me know if more information is required.

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