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how to modify perl @INC array

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How do I modify @INC array ?

I want to be able to use a module that is installed in a different location of perl (than the one that I normally use). So I was told to modify INC array.

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use lib 'location of module';
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push (@INC,'/your/path/to/folder');


That might do.

JD
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Thank You! This was the answer I was looking for!
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