by 'load'-ing a module, we do essentially mean that the functions existent in the EXPORT list are placed such that the script having the 'use' statement can call them.(am I right?).
The why in case of a circular inheritance/depencency, (script abc.pl uses A.pm and B.pm, while A.pm and B.pm have a circular inheritance among them) the script(abc.pl) has acccess to a certain function inside A.pm, while B.pm does not have access to the same function ?
Am bringing in the circular dependency example, just to know how perl loads in a module, as I saw understanding this sceanrio will help me understand how perl calls 'use' in general.
Thanks to all Monks for the quick replies...
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