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This code should be stored in the file Mymodule.pm.

  

#Code that creates a Perl module. 
#/usr/local/bin/perl 

package Mymodule; 
require Exporter; 
@ISA = qw(Exporter); 
@EXPORT = qw(myfunc1 myfunc2); 
@EXPORT_OK = qw($myvar1 $myvar2); 

sub myfunc1 { 
     $myvar1 += 1; 
} 
 
sub myfunc2 { 
     $myvar2 += 2; 
} 

   
    
  










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