Unqualified imports

Normally functions from other modules are used in a qualified fashion, meaning the name used to refer the module goes before function name with a dot between them. For example, io.println("Hello!") .

It is also possible to specify a list of functions to import from a module in an unqualified fashion, meaning the function name can be used without the module qualifier (the name and the dot) before it.

Generally it is best to use qualified imports, as this makes it clear where the function is defined, making the code easier to read.