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Old 08-15-2012, 09:44 AM   #1
zahheb
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how many functions can be inside a module in perl?? and package contains many modules ..right??

and how are packages written inside a file..does 1 file contains 1 package or 1 module...

please can any1 clear ...

thanks
 
Old 08-15-2012, 12:13 PM   #2
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how many functions can be inside a module in perl?? and package contains many modules ..right??

and how are packages written inside a file..does 1 file contains 1 package or 1 module...

please can any1 clear ...
thanks
Spell out your words...text-speak isn't too nice for anyone to try to decipher.

And you're asking questions that don't have answers. A Perl module can contain MANY functions, or just one, depending on the module. Not sure what you mean by a 'package', though, nor what you mean by how packages are written inside a file.
 
  


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