I am not sure of anything at this point. I am not using "use lib" though as it's not giving me an error saying it cannot find the module like it typically does if it can't find it. So I assume
it's finding the module just fine just on the account of it not telling me about it.
I have tried: use lib "/Documents and Settings/Sulfericacid/Desktop/"; but the results haven't changed. (both script and .pm are on Desktop).
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