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Run-time require of both modules and files

If you consult "perldoc -f require" you will see that "require" will behave differently when given a bare-word or a string. In the case of a string, "require" assumes you are wanting to load a file. But in the case of a bare-word, it assumes you mean a module. This gives nasty overhead when you are trying to dynamically require modules at run-time, since you will need to change the module notation to a file notation fitting the particular platform you are on. "load" eliminates the need for this overhead and will just DWYM.

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Fedora 38 0.36-490.fc38 -
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You can contact the maintainers of this package via email at perl-Module-Load dash maintainers at fedoraproject dot org.

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