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September 16, 2008, 5:38 pm
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i have many modules which inturn use among themselvs.. some times i
get the following error..
Can't locate <>.pm in @INC though it is present in that location.. i
doubt this occurs because of multiple or cyclic inclusions of
can any one suggest the way to find the error or avoidin them ?
thanks in advance
Re: How to avoid multiple Inclusions of perl modules.. or how to detect mutliple inclusions.
These don't do what you think they do. "use" is carried out when it
is encountered at compile time. It is done unconditionally, so putting
it in an if block doesn't do anything meaningful.
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