Importing module in same file

How can I import a module in another module in same file in julia ??

Please kindly read the documentation.

I actually read.
But I wanted to know that , is there a way to import module a in moduleb without using include.

The very first example in the section I linked is about this.

Also, please post quoted code.

In that example module Parent contains module Utils so we can use using for importing Utils directly . But In my example module b does not contain module a but are in same file new.jl so if I use using .a it does not work.

Why not just wrap both modules in a module? A .jl file usually contains one module, but that module can have multiple submodules.

PS: Module names are usually uppercase.

@anon67531922 are you asking to make a new module(say C) which contains both the module or nesting module A inside module B (like in example given in documentation)???

Either way would be fine. It is up to you :slight_smile:

From your question, it seems you don’t want them nested so you could do something like:

module C

module A
end

module B
using ..A
end

end
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Thanks a lot @anon67531922 , It worked perfect.:grinning:

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This should really be expanded to explicitly handle multiple files:

#lemon.jl
module Lemon
  squeeze()
end
#lime.jl
include("lemon.jl")
module Lime
  import ..Lemon
  function test()
    Lemon.squeeze()
  end
end

To reiterate: include(“lemon.jl”) appends the contents of lemon.jl to the current namespace (lime.jl), resulting in

#lime.jl
module Lime
  import ..Lemon
  function test()
    Lemon.squeeze()
  end
end

module Lemon
  squeeze()
end

With lemon included, you should use the relative import (import …Lemon) as mentioned in the documentation.