Import/Export in Every LanguagePublished on 04 October 2019 (Updated: 06 October 2019)
Exporting and Importing data is required to create modules. What we basically do is create variables in one file (say this file’s name is “export”), export them from the “export” file; then import them from another file (say the file’s name is “import”), then use them in the “import” file.
In this example the goal is to write a variable in one file, and log it’s value in another file. Preferably using keywords like import, export, require, etc.
Supposing that you have 2 files in the same directory, named “import” and “export” with your code in them. If “export” has a variable, then you should be able to log/print it from “import”. Follow is some mock-code as an example:-
int x = 123;
let y = "Hello";
printf(x); //prints: 123
console.log(y); //logs: "Hello"
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