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Perl: See the path of a module

I've been testing various version of a Perl module and I wanted to make sure I was testing with the right one. This code snippet will output the paths of the loaded modules.

perl -MData::Dump::Color -e 'dd(\%INC);'

This example loads Data::Dump::Color and then outputs the contents of %INC which contains the paths of all loaded modules.



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