How to Export Multiple Functions in JavaScript?

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In JavaScript, you can export multiple functions from a module using the export keyword. To export multiple functions, you can define them within an object and then export that object. Here’s an example code snippet that demonstrates this process:

// Define the functions to be exported
function myFunc1() {
  console.log('This is myFunc1');
}

function myFunc2() {
  console.log('This is myFunc2');
}

// Create an object to hold the functions
const myExportedFuncs = {
  func1: myFunc1,
  func2: myFunc2
};

// Export the object
export { myExportedFuncs };

In this example, we define two functions (myFunc1 and myFunc2) and then create an object called myExportedFuncs that holds these functions as its properties. We then use the export keyword to export the myExportedFuncs object.

To import the exported functions in another module, you can use the import statement like this:

// Import the exported functions
import { myExportedFuncs } from './my-module.js';

// Call the functions
myExportedFuncs.func1();
myExportedFuncs.func2();

In this example, we use the import statement to import the myExportedFuncs object from the my-module.js module. We can then call the functions within the object using dot notation (myExportedFuncs.func1() and myExportedFuncs.func2()).

Note that you can also use the export keyword to export functions directly, without having to define them within an object. For example:

// Define and export a function
export function myFunc() {
  console.log('This is myFunc');
}

In this example, we define and export a single function (myFunc). To import and use this function in another module, you can use the import statement like this:

// Import the function
import { myFunc } from './my-module.js';

// Call the function
myFunc();

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