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I could not get either one of those to work... I have tried EVERYTHING I can find, and none of them work. I think it is because of the explanations, that doing an eval puts that file ahead of everything else, therefore any variables in there are not yet set... That file depends upon a bunch of variables that are set before that is pulled in.

I guess I have to hard code the whole thing, then everytime we add new ones or take them away, I'll have to change the code :(

I do see this UNIVERSAL::require, however I don't see how I can use the $_madfile::chargeCard(); part of the module I need. I think it would just let me use the chargeCard as a single sub, but if I pulled in several of the modules, the subroutines would be called the same way, thus I don't think it would work.

If anyone thinks of a way this could work, I would really appreciate it if you'd tell me on here.


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