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The hash %INC contains entries for each filename that has been included via do or require. The key is the filename you specified, and the value is the location of the file actually found. The require command uses this array to determine whether a given file has already been included.

Source: Perl predefined variables
Copyright: Larry Wall, et al.
Next: $ENV{expr}

Previous: @INC

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