Modules can be used to bundle and namespace assignments. For example, we could create an io module that includes a print abstraction:

io := module
print := eval('console.log')

A module is just shorthand syntax for a struct that maps assigned constants to their values. We can thus make us of the print abstraction in the io module through the access operator:

io->print('hello world')

Private assignments

If an assignment should not be available from a module, it can be prefixed with _:

m := module
_internal := (x) => x
fn := (x) => _internal(x)
# returns 0
# throws an error