This stumps me at the moment: How do I refer to `f`

in the submodule?

```
module A
f(x) = 10*x
module SubA
g(x) = f(1)
end
end
using .A
@show A.SubA.g(3)
```

This stumps me at the moment: How do I refer to `f`

in the submodule?

```
module A
f(x) = 10*x
module SubA
g(x) = f(1)
end
end
using .A
@show A.SubA.g(3)
```

You need to pull `f`

into `SubA`

from `A`

like so:

```
julia> module A
f(x) = 10*x
module SubA
using ..A: f
g(x) = f(1)
end
end
Main.A
julia> using .A
julia> A.SubA.g(3)
10
```

the `..A`

basically means `$EnclosingModule.A`

like in unixy directories.

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Of course, I’ve used this notation many times before. I don’t know, when I looked at this particular example I couldn’t see it. Silly me.

Thanks.

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