Sure, just export what you want available when using your Module -- that's 
useful anyways for defining a public API. Also have a look at the Julia 
documentation <>, 
which describes all that pretty nicely.

<>Am Freitag, 16. 
September 2016 14:04:02 UTC+2 schrieb
> Oh, thanks so much! It fixed my problem. But, is there a way to just write 
> PhyNode(blah, blah, blah) instead of the cumbersome MyClasses.PhyNode ? I 
> tried using MyClasses and it reported the same error as well.
> On Friday, 16 September 2016 12:11:18 UTC+2, wrote:
>> The error I'm getting is something like 
>> ERROR: LoadError: UndefVarError: PhyNode not defined
>> So since you used importall instead of using, you need to the qualified 
>> MyClasses.PhyNode. If you do, you'll probably get some error about
>> ERROR: LoadError: MethodError: `convert` has no method matching 
>> convert(::Type{MyClasses.PhyNode{T}}, ::Int64, ::ASCIIString, ::Float64, 
>> ::Float64)
>> unless you have another constructor for PhyNode, since you need to 
>> provide the two vectors for inEdges and outEdges as well. Long story 
>> short: Something like 
>> push!(nodelist, MyClasses.PhyNode(1, Atlanta, 32.3, 54.7, [], []))
>> should work, though you should probably specify the type and maybe size 
>> of the vectors (depending on what you want to do with them).
>> Am Freitag, 16. September 2016 10:02:08 UTC+2 schrieb
>>> The files are indeed in the same directory and I also added the path of 
>>> these files to the variable LOAD_PATH as well. But still, I get the same 
>>> error.
>>> On Friday, 16 September 2016 09:49:45 UTC+2, Lutfullah Tomak wrote:
>>>> It is related to the `importall` part of code. It can be that the files 
>>>> are not in the same directory but I'm not sure. Also, [] creates an Array 
>>>> with element type of Any. Giving it a type annotation may help peeformance 
>>>> ei TypeofArray[].

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