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Using the package keyword to change the package context
  

#!/usr/bin/perl -w

$main::name   = "A";
$Tom::name   = "B";
$Jack::name = "C";

print "\$name in package main   is $name\n";
package Tom;
print "\$name in package Tom   is $name\n";
package Jack;
print "\$name in package Jack is $name\n";
package main;

   
    
  














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3.Default package is main
4.Define variables with the same name in different package
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6.Out value scope
7.Package declarations and subroutine
8.Reference variable by package name
9.Requires the package created above and calls the subroutine declared within it:
10.Scope change
11.Switches between packages.
12.This code should be stored in the file Mymodule.pm.
13.You have to tell Perl which packages you intend to use, with the use command:
14.Your package
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